Pusha T has unveiled the music video for his latest single "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets," taken from his upcoming album Darkest Before Dawn. The new video places King Push on a carousel ride somewhere at night where he rides it a group of creepy and disturbingly stoic nuns who smoke cigarettes and barely move.
Directed by Kid Art, the video is another piece of visuals from Pusha that differs from the stereotypical showcases of opulence with cars, money and women too often found in hip-hop videos. One must expect better from the president of G.O.O.D. Music. Riding around the carousal, Pusha reminds the viewer of Joker in The Dark Knight.
"Crutches, Cross, Caskets" is the second single to emerge from Pusha T's new album Darkest Before Dawn. He is relentless with his wordplay and smart rhymes as he takes no prisoners and puts his rivals on crutches first, crucifies them on a cross and finally buries them in a casket.
"I'm Yasiel Puig, I'm in another league / I defected, only thing we have in common, niggas bleed / In ya thousand dollar joggers as you rhyme about ya dollars / Is there shame when a platinum rapper's mother lives in squalor? / Mildred's in the Bahamas for the month / She's probably sitting in her pajamas having lunch / Swordfish, my reality is more fish / Banana clips for all you Curious Georges," eh raps in the second verse.
Watch the video below and get ready for Darkest Before Dawn, which is set to drop this Friday, Dec. 18. Those who pre-order the LP on iTunes will get the two single "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets," "M.F.T.R" with The-Dream and the Timbaland-produced "Untouchable" as instant grat downloads.