Pusha T is one of the defining figures in modern American music. The rapper rose to prominence as one-half of Clipse, a duo who moves hip-hop into its post-millennial status. Albums such as The Neptunes-enhanced ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ left a permanent mark, before Pusha T began to embrace solo status.
In a catalogue replete with riches, 2022’s ‘It’s Almost Dry’ pushes to fresh heights, featuring some of his finest moments yet. Hitting the road, Pusha T has taken his live experience to fans on both sides of the Atlantic, playing some massive shows in the process.
This week Pusha T landed in London, hitting eventim Apollo for a sold out show. Drawing on the full force of his catalogue, the results carried an almost balletic force – graceful at times, his showmanship added a further dimension to the world of King Push.
Photography: Alistair McVeigh