Samuel Rogers' clip for Pusha-T's new single, "Exodus 23:1," is a document of the Clipse rapper's hometown of Norfolk, Virginia. The clip is full of familiar images from rap videos shot in the 'hood, but Rogers makes a point of drawing out the character of this specific location. It gives a bit of context for Pusha-T, highlighting the fact that he's from an environment not unlike those of rappers from New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta, but that its remove from the usual centers gave him a slightly different perspective on his culture and craft.
Pusha-T Revisits His Hometown in 'Exodus 23:1'
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