Pusha T Enlists Beanie Sigel for the Sinister Track ‘Keep Dealing’
Pusha T's just-released sophomore effort, Darkest Before Dawn, is an album that's full of the Virginia dope boy's wit and vivid musings, but one song that stands out is the Beanie Sigel-assisted track, "Keep Dealing."
Rhyming over a soundbed that sounds as if it was scored by Alfred Hitchcock, King Push and the Broad Street Bully deliver hard-boiled rhymes that will make you mash your rewind button with fervor. Pusha leads off with a vicious opening verse detailing his life as a made man.
"They call him a crack dealer, I am like Warhol / A n----- paint a picture of a bullet for all y'all, now crawl for him / My sophomore jinx is more minks / But only for my mother, she'll use 'em for couch covers," he sneers.
After doubling up on the second verse with even more rap riddles, Pusha passes the mic to Beanie, who turns in an epic performance of his own that shows why he's such a highly-regarded wordsmith.
Opening his verse rapping "10 toes deep in the trap, n----, I'm good here / Feeling like Tony reading the words on the GoodYear / Big said only the Feds I should fear / So no threat, be on yo' step wit' the whole hood there," Sigel proves that a 2014 shooting that ultimately resulted in him losing a lung hasn't altered his ability to go for broke on a track. His voice may be an acquired listen for some fans, but if this performance is any indicator, Sigel is back in full effect.
Pusha T links up with Beanie Sigel with one of the hardest tracks of December in "Keep Dealing." This sinister track should inspire rap fans - and hustlers - worldwide.