Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar have released their video for the joint track "Nosetalgia" off Pusha's highly anticipated upcoming release, My Name Is My Name. The song is about dealing cocaine and making it big in the rap game.
The video is a single-shot in black and white. Pusha T is walking down the middle of the street in a Compton neighborhood. He raps directly into the camera, looking confident of where is and what he is saying. He makes a turn on the road, and Lamar comes up behind him wearing a black leather jacket (around the 1:30 mark). Lamar's rapping is animated with deliberate hand movements as his pace quickens.
After the two are finished telling their stories, they turn around, give each other a high five and walk away.
My Name is My Name is due out Oct. 8 via Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam. You can stream the 12-track effort now on MySpace. Other collaborators on the album include Big Sean, Chris Brown, Rock Ross and 2 Chainz.
Watch the video here (via NPR), and let us know what you think in the comments section below!