Pusha T Details His Career In VICE's 'Autobiographies' Documentary

By Sermon

Pusha T has had a long run in the music industry. From trying to get noticed in the 1990s to the success of 'Grind'n' in 2002 to his own solo career as apart of G.O.O.D. Music.

The latest installment of VICE's  Autobiographies series covers Pusha T's career. In it, Push details his journey and talks about performing for drug dealers in sketchy neighborhoods all across America around the time 'Grind'n' was blowing up.

Halfway through, Pusha opens up in more detail about the break-up of the Clipse. His brother Malice told him he should go have a solo career. "I realized we're just not in the same place anymore," Pusha says. "He had a family. He had other things going on that he had to answer for."

Watch the documentary below. You can watch other episodes, featuring Vince Staples, Ty$ and more, on Verizon's go90 streaming service.

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