After much anticipation, Pusha T finally
dropped his Wrath Of Caine tape for free download today.
Along with the his coveted tales of powder contraband & unpronounable designers -
subjects which he alone seems to be adept at holding our attention with these days -
and newfound Jamaica-inspired flourishes without,
the Virginia dopeman also shows growth & a seasoned ear for production,
w/ Caine consisting of some of the best selection of beats
since the two classic Neptunes produced Clipse albums.
Despite a few cringeworthy hooks -
namely from repeat offenders French Montana and Kevin Gates,
both heard here falling flat trying to do Future’s style -
and a few unnecessary guest spots
(I mean, really – when has a song ever needed a verse from Wale?
Especially when his first verse here sounds like it was recorded in a submarine),
the lean 11 track tape is a solid play throughout
& serves as a formidable alley-oop to Pusha’s announced
official solo debut, My Name Is My Name
(which he makes sure you’ll remember with a tag repeated throughout).
You can stream highlights from the Wrath
here before downloading directly from us below.
1. Intro (prod. Dready)
2. Millions (feat. Rick Ross, prod. Southside & Kanye West)
3. Doesn’t Matter (feat. French Montana, prod. The Renegades)
4. Blocka (feat. Popcaan & Travi$ Scott, prod. Young Chop)
5. Road Runner (feat. Troy Ave, prod. Harry Fraud)
6. Revolution (prod. The Neptunes)
7. Only You Can Tell It (feat. Wale, prod. Boogz N Tapez)
8. Trust You (feat. Kevin Gates, prod. SK & Arthur McArthur)
9. Take My Life (feat. Andrea Martin, prod. Jake One)
10. Ab-Liva – Re-Up Gang Motivation (prod. !llmind)
11. I Am Forgiven (prod. B!nk)