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Since signing to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music in 2010, Pusha T has become a prominent presence on the label's output: in addition to his own mixtape and EP, the Clipse MC stole the spotlight on the Cruel Summer compilation. His forthcoming official debut, anchored by the bass-blinding single "Numbers on the Board," promises to be no-nonsense, aggro-hip-hop. "I wasn't signed to G.O.O.D. Music to expand my horizons as a rapper . . . and make pop records and shit like that," Pusha told Rolling Stone last year. "Not at all. I'm not here to do anything else. I'm only here to be myself."

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