Joining forces for an upcoming mixtape in 2023, Push, Drama and Rap Radar’s Brian “B. Dot” Miller all took part in a Twitter Spaces conversation on Christmas Eve, where the pair announced that they’d be dropping a joint project in the new year. The Spaces interaction was corroborated by Fake Shore Drive’s Andrew Barber, who informed unknowing fans of their collaboration.
Push initially revealed to XXL that he was working on a new album and mixtape — also speaking with Spotify in September to say that he had “an extremely special project on the way.”
“I’m working on a special mixtape,” Push told the outlet, divulging on why he’s dropping a new tape after earning a RAOTY Grammy nomination for his fourth studio album, It’s Almost Dry. “What I’m trying to do is restore the feeling in every aspect of this subgenre of music. And just of this cloth, of this taste level.” The Virginia rapper also spoke on his beef with Drake and how it has evolved over time.
“I’m just trying to make people realize how viable this is. To show people that I can’t do what you do, but you definitely can’t do what I do. I have to show those differences. That’s the whole premise behind the mixtape.”Pusha T to XXL
Drama’s prior Gangsta Grillz tapes with Dreamville, Jeezy, Dave East, Symba and more have carried him to further acclaim this year. His label imprint, Generation Now, not only touts top-tier talent in Lil Uzi Vert, Jack Harlow and Seddy Hendrinx among others, but has proven to be a foundation for emerging acts to become “generational” superstars in their own right.
With both Drama and Pusha T coming off career years, it’s safe to safe that their Gangsta Grillz tape is already a classic.
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