Pusha-T goes after ghostwriters, posers and Call of Duty.

By Hayden Wright

Pusha T’s new track “H.G.T.V.” takes a shot at rappers whose originality, authenticity, and talent aren’t strong enough to keep them in the game for long. In the first verse he declares (in defense of Desiigner), “Don’t listen to ’em ‘Desiigner/The same rappers talkin’ next year will be Uber drivers.” Later on, the rapper makes a sideways reference to long-simmering rumors that Drake’s lyrics are composed by a ghostwriter:

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“It’s too far gone when the realest ain’t real/ I walk amongst the clouds so your ceilings ain’t real/ These n—-s Call of Duty cause their killings ain’t real/ With a questionable pen so the feelin’ ain’t real,” he raps.

Pusha T doesn’t name names but you could cut the animosity with a knife.

Watch the explicit video for “H.G.T.V.” on Radio.com.

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