Pusha T Shares Thoughts on Kendrick Lamar's ''Euphoria'' Shout-Out: 'Incredible display of battle raps'

Pusha T Speaks on Being Namedropped on Kendrick Lamar's shout-out in "Euphoria"

Pusha T Breaks Silence on Kendrick Lamar's "euphoria" Diss, Calls It Remarkable

Pusha T has finally opened up about Kendrick Lamar's recent diss track "Euphoria," which took aim at his longstanding rival Drake

In a recent interview with Vulture, the Virginia native shared his thoughts on being directly referenced in the song.

Pusha T Breaks Silence on Kendrick Lamar's "Euphoria" Mention:

Describing it as an "incredible display of battle raps," Pusha T praised Kendrick Lamar's lyrical prowess. 

He emphasized that the track showcased Lamar's mastery in the art of rap battles. 

Even Pusha's brother and Clipse counterpart, No Malice, lauded "euphoria" as a "master class" in its genre.

Released in April, "Euphoria" was a direct response to Drake's earlier tracks "Push Ups" and "Taylor Made Freestyle." 

Produced by Cardo, the song delved into Pusha T's infamous feud with Drake, which had previously sparked intense diss tracks like "Duppy Freestyle" and "The Story of Adidon."

One of the standout lines from "Euphoria" referenced Pusha T's conflict with Drake:

I don’t like you poppin’ s**t at Pharrell, for him, I inherit the beef/ Yeah, f**k all that pushin’ P, let me see you push a T/ You better off spinnin’ again on him, you think about pushin’ me?

- Kendrick Lamar

The response to "Euphoria" has been mixed, with many praising Kendrick Lamar's lyrical prowess and the track's bold confrontational tone. 

It continues to spark debates within the hip-hop community, highlighting the ongoing rivalry between Kendrick Lamar and Drake, as well as the broader culture of rap beefs.

As Pusha T and others weigh in on the track, it underscores the significance of lyrical warfare in hip-hop, where artists use their words to assert dominance and address personal and professional grievances.