Pusha-T Teases “Neck and Wrist” Collab with JAY-Z

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On Tuesday, Pusha-T teased the midnight release of new single “Neck and Wrist” with JAY-Z, which will be featured on his Daytona follow-up.

After months of Pusha-T teasing his new collaboration with JAY-Z, “Neck and Wrist” is almost here. On Tuesday, Push tweeted about the song’s midnight release, also referencing a snippet of Hov’s lyrics from the upcoming single.

Since February, Push has spoken about working with JAY-Z in various interviews, first discussing that the pair have multiple collaborations on his upcoming album, reportedly titled It’s Almost Dry.

“I got three songs with him now … something from my new album,” Push shared on podcast Million Dollaz Worth of Game. “I don’t know if I was supposed to say that, but I’m up with y’all, though, we here.”

In a recent interview with Complex, Push also mentioned that including himself, Hov is in his roster of top-three “coke rappers.

“Hov is first, because he made Reasonable Doubt, and that is the grail of all drug levels, without being all about drugs. It spoke more to the lifestyle,” Push said, revealing his all-time coke rap greats. “Lyrically, I’m going to say that I’m next. And I’ll say Jeezy is third, because I don’t believe there was a stronger moment in time than Trap or Die.”

Pusha also spoke more about collaborating with Hov on his new album. “I reach out to him because I know it’s something that I can’t say. It’s dope, and it should be inspiring when you hear it. To say some of the most outlandish shit, and it actually be true, that should be aspirational to all rap artists,” he said.

“Neck and Wrist” premieres at midnight.

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