G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T appears to be cool, calm and collective toward Young Money rapper Jae Millz by downplaying his new “Hearing Voices” diss record directed at his neck.
Instead of lashing back, Pusha says he is most focused on his peers making quality music.
Last week, the latest shots in the ongoing G.O.O.D. Music versus Young Money beef rang out: YMCMB soldier Jae Millz released “Hearing Voices,” labeled as a diss to Pusha T, who’s been the main provocateur on the G.O.O.D. Music side of things. But, in a recent sit-down with BET, Pusha didn’t take the bait. “I guess they’re doing what they should do — it is what it is.” Pusha replied when BET.com asked him about “Hearing Voices.” “As long as the music is good, I ain’t got no worries, man. Now, bad music I don’t like.” (BET)
Millz’s new “Hearing Voices” diss record landed online last week.
After releasing the single “Hearing Voices,” Jae Millz continued to retweet fans who were enjoying the track, adding, “I’m just chilling tho…” “Shame on me on yet to have an album in a wrapper/But n—a shame on you for every album getting’ wacker/and you a d—- rider, switch sider, certified clique hopper, still getting nada,” he spits. “N—-s cat fighting with the team on that sneak s—-/making diss records but keeping it secret/throwing darts like a b*tch/instead bombing like a warrior/just letting me know there’s p—-y in all of ya.” (RapFix)
Recently, Pusha explained his decision not to answer Lil Wayne‘s “Goulish” diss record.
“I was surprised actually at the whole — anybody, but Wayne specifically, answering ‘Exodus.’ I’ve never seen one record that didn’t say any names cause so much of a firestorm,” Pusha told radio host Funkmaster Flex. “[‘Goulish?’] It was horrible. It was trash. It wasn’t good — I didn’t like [the production] either. Let me say this. I didn’t like it for that type of record. I didn’t feel like, in all honesty, I haven’t said anything about it because I didn’t think it was good enough to respond to.” (Hot 97)
A few days ago, the Virginia-bred rapper waved off the notion of G.O.O.D Music competing against crews like Maybach Music Group and Young Money.
“No. I don’t think that G.O.O.D. Music ever considers any of the other labels that are out there. We like the music. We appreciate it. But at the end of the day I think it’s more competitive in-house. You’ve got guys like [Big] Sean, who’s like running his little section,” Pusha explained in an interview. “You’ve got guys like Common, who will just rap you out of house and home. You’ve got guys like myself who, you know… I get busy. You’ve got Kanye. You’ve got [Kid] Cudi in his lane. It’s more of a puzzle trying to get all those different characters and all those different forms or rap to mesh well on a record. [To even] find the right record. Ye’s got to go through his whole production line process before it’s perfect. That’s really what we consider in the studio.” (Complex)
Check out “Hearing Voices” below: