October 4, 2013 14:24

Pusha T joined by Kendrick Lamar in 'Nosetalgia' video – watch

Rappers walk through Compton for visuals on 'My Name Is My Name' track

Pusha T has revealed the video for new track 'Nosetalgia', featuring Kendrick Lamar.

'Nosetalgia' features on Pusha T's new album 'My Name Is My Name', which is is streaming online now, one week ahead of its official release. Kanye West produced five tracks on the rapper's debut solo album and also served as an executive producer on the project, which is set to be released on October 8. The album, which was originally due to come out in July, also features tracks produced by Pharrell Williams, Swizz Beatz, The-Dream and Nottz.

In the black and white video, which you can see above, Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar take a walk through Lamar's hometown of Compton, Los Angeles. Lamar's feature on the track comes after he called out Pusha T on his controversial verse on recent Big Sean collaboration 'Control (HOF)'.

Pharrell Williams also supplies a guest spot on the album, joining other guest artists Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Future, Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Young Jeezy, Chris Brown and Ab-Liva.

'My Name Is My Name' tracklisting:

'King Push'
'Numbers On The Board'
'Sweet Serenade' (feat. Chris Brown)
'Hold On' (feat. Rick Ross)
'Suicide' (feat. Ab-Liva)
'40 Acres' (feat. The-Dream)
'No Regrets' (feat. Jeezy And Kevin Cossom)
'Let Me Love You' (feat. Kelly Rowland)
'Who I Am' (feat. 2 Chainz & Big Sean)
'Nosetalgia' (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
'Pain' (feat. Future)
'SNITCH' (feat. Pharrell)


Pusha T, who was once half of rap duo Clipse, and West are regulator collaborators, with Pusha T featuring on West's 2010 single 'Runaway' and the pair working together on last year's GOOD Music compilation album 'Cruel Summer'. 'My Name Is My Name' is streaming on Myspace now.

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