Pusha T talks about how Big Daddy Kane influenced "The Wrath of Caine" and says he's riding with Rick Ross.
Soon after releasing this week's Wrath of Caine mixtape, Pusha T spoke about the tape, Big Daddy Kane's influence and Rick Ross. In his interview with BET's 106 & Park, Pusha explained how Big Daddy Kane had a hand in the title for his mixtape and how he's riding with Rick Ross.
"Anybody that knows me and my history knows I always keep it street but at the same time, 'Wrath of Kane' is one my favorite records by Big Daddy Kane," Pusha shared. "If you go back in history, I'm at 106 and Big Daddy Kane's from Brooklyn. [He's] a Hip Hop legend, a great."
"I actually haven't spoken to him but I heard that he's doing okay," Pusha revealed. "We're riding with him. That's it."
Pusha also said that he couldn't confirm or deny the rumored G.O.O.D. Music compilation album Cruel Winter. However, he did confirm that his own official solo debut, My Name is My Name, will be out in the Spring. In the clip he also shared that he doesn't know what Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will name their child. The full interview segment can be seen below.
Pusha T's Wrath of Caine mixtape is now available. It was recently reviewed and rated as "EP-Worthy" by HipHopDX's Omar Burgess.