G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha-T sees more than a hip-hop executive in Dame Dash. The hip-hop veteran has boasted about what it means to come face-to-face with the former Roc-A-Fella Records co-owner.
King Push went to Instagram Sunday (June 10) to give Dame the ultimate salute.
A few weeks ago, Dame shared his take on former protégé Kanye West amid controversial slavery comments.
“I think it’s very clear that there’s an imbalance and I don’t think people should take advantage of the imbalance just to bring awareness to their platforms. He’s already said he’s bipolar. If you give a bipolar man a mic, I don’t know what you expect. I don’t think it’s fair. He said it on television, he’s on meds, so what else is there to talk about? It’s messed up to talk with a sick man. It’s funny like, the press, if they know somebody’s gonna say something stupid, they’re quick to pass them a mic and put the camera on them and let them talk about it. But they’re not so fast to do that when they know somebody’s going to say something smart because ain’t nobody throwing me a mic. You don’t see them running around like, ‘Damon’s got a diabetes network. Oh, Damon’s got a movie studio. He’s got three movies, an independent movie studio on his own, he’s got a streaming service.’ But let me not pay my bills or let me go to court. You understand? And y’all rock with that, man. That’s how y’all empower people or give people with negativity a platform to be contagious and I think that’s where the problem is.
A few days ago, producer Pharrell called Pusha’s new Daytona album a legit work of art.
Earlier in the week, Pusha went to IG and reacted to his LP’s early success.