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Video: Pusha T – ‘Lunch Money’

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Crime by design. After debuting the song last month, Pusha T serves up a video for his Kanye West-produced single “Lunch Money.” In the gritty and eery video, directed by Emil Nava, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper whips through the streets in a Porsche, while dancers bust a move in the grainy surveillance footage.

Pusha has been in the studio with Pharrell and plans to drop his new album King Push in 2015.

Watch the sting operation go down below.

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Trey Songz Celebrates 30th Birthday with Chris Brown, Mila J

Trey Songz and Mila J

Trigga turned 30 and celebrated with a carnival-themed birthday bash on Saturday. The R&B superstar took over a park in Malibu and turned up with friends including Chris Brown, Kid Ink, Pusha T, Sevyn Streeter, Trevor Jackson, and Chanel West Coast.

Guests had a blast riding bumper cars and playing carnival games, and snacked on treats including cotton candy and funnel cake. Trey shot hoops with Chris and won some prizes for his rumored girlfriend Mila J.

Breezy rode a mechanical bull (and the bull won) and serenaded the birthday boy, who blew out the candles on his carnival tent-shaped cake.

The singers, whose “Between the Sheets Tour” kicks off in January, both got on the mic to perform their “Tuesday (Remix)” for the crowd.

“Tonight has been awesome,” said Trigga.

Check out pics and video from the fun-filled festivities below.

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New Music: Pusha T – ‘Lunch Money’ (Produced by Kanye West)

Lunch Money

King Push is back. Pusha T whips up a brand new song with some help from his G.O.O.D. Music boss Kanye West. On “Lunch Money,” Push snatches the crown and makes no apologies.

“This is crime by design / If the crown ain’t mine, tell me who am I behind?” he asks over the percolating beat. “Yeah, I’m takin’ ni**as’ lunch money / Too bad, I was fuckin’ hungry.”

He continues, “America is still abusin’ us and 9/11 is the Ku Klux / So why wouldn’t I fire back when everyday them ni**as shootin’ us.”

Pusha has been in the studio with Pharrell working on the follow-up to 2013′s My Name Is My Name.

Hear his murderous flow below.

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Video: Teyana Taylor f/ Pusha T & Yo Gotti – ‘Maybe’

Teyana Taylor

Sensual seduction. Teyana Taylor is a wanted woman in the cinematic video for “Maybe” featuring Pusha T and Yo Gotti. Inspired by Eyes Wide Shut and Sin City, the dark and sexy scenes play out like a comic book.

G.O.O.D. Music’s First Lady slips into character as three different assassins (herself, Jacquéline Mercury, and Greyla Greathouse), rocking different looks while seducing her men. A blonde Teyana performs a striptease and hunts down her target (Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks) at a masquerade ball.

“It was like a comic book theme so I got to play the beautiful assassin,” she said. “The look that I was going for was the whole underworld, kinda sassy, kinda sexy place.”

Teyana’s debut album VII is due October 21 via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam.

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New Music: Pusha T – ‘No Flex Zone (Remix)’

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After getting the remix treatment from Nicki Minaj and Juicy J earlier in the week, Pusha T blesses Rae Sremmurd’s “No Flex Zone” with a remix of his own. The G.O.O.D. Music lyricist boasts about selling $4 million in Play Cloths and moving more dope than Jay Z.

“Sold more dope than the old Jigga / Now ni**as calling me the new Hov,” he flexes over the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced beat.

All hail King Push.

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Rae Sremmurd Grabs Nicki Minaj, Pusha T for ‘No Flex Zone’ Remix

Rae Sremmurd have exploded onto the scene with their summer anthem “No Flex Zone,” and the record is about to get even bigger. The Mississippi duo, comprised of Slim Jimmy and Swae Lee, have tapped Nicki Minaj and Pusha T for the official remix.

“It’s coming very soon. Right now we’re just building up the hype,” they told Rap-Up TV. “The streets is talking. The world is talking. Everybody is saying ‘No Flex Zone.’ When it gets to its boiling point, that’s when we’re gonna drop that bomb.”

Mike WiLL Made-It, who signed the duo to his EarDrummers label, had nothing but praise for his young protégés, who are readying their Sremm Life EP.

“I’m one of their biggest fans. They put Tupelo on the map, since the great Elvis has died,” said the super-producer. “They got a long career ahead of them. Real talented kids. I don’t really vouch for too many people, but these guys right here are superstars.”

Mike WiLL has also been working on his studio album Est. in 1989 Pt. 3 and recently premiered the new single “Buy the World” featuring Lil Wayne and Kendrick Lamar.

“I’m working with all the originals in all different genres,” he said. “I don’t wanna drop too many names. I’ma drop a triple-disc album, pop records, urban records, everything.”

He has also produced a song called “New New” for Keyshia Cole’s upcoming album Point of No Return.

Video: August Alsina f/ Pusha T – ‘FML’

August Alsina

August Alsina confronts his demons in the dark and deadly video for “FML” (Fuck My Life). The clip, which he directed with Payne Lindsey, opens with a bloody Pusha T witnessing himself being carried off in a stretcher. Investigators discover August hanging from a rope inside the house before we see what led to his suicide.

“I never thought that I would be here / I never thought I’d get this far,” he sings as he burns money and wears a hat that says “Death.”

The video ends with a hopeful message from August: “I’ve been where you are. Through the struggle and through the pain. It’s what makes us stronger than most. When there seems to be no way forward you have to make a way.”

He also gives out the number to the national suicide prevention lifeline.

On August 14, August will embark on his “Testimony Live” tour in Seattle.

Warning: The video below contains graphic content.

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