“My name is my name” is the solo debut studio album by american hip-hop recording artist Pusha T, one half of the hip-hop duo Clipse. The album was released on October 8, 2013 under GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings. In promotion of the album, Pusha T released the mixtape “Fear of God” and the EP “Fear of God II: Let us pray” in 2011, along with collaborating on the GOOD Music compilation album Cruel Summer in 2012. He also released another mixtape, “Wrath of cainein”, early 2013.
The album’s production was handled primarily by Kanye West, along with others, such as Hudson Mohawke, 88-Keys, The-Dream, No I.D., Nottz, Don Cannonand Swizz Beatz. It also features guest appearances from Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Kanye West, Big Sean, Future, Pharrell Williams, Chris Brown and Kendrick Lamar, among others.
Good production on this LP. Helluva bases, well conducted with the lyrics of Pusha T. Some collaborating-songs are terrible (w/ Kelly Rowland, 2 Chainz or Big Sean), but others are delicious to be listened. Also, we recommend the album intro (track 1), a HH lesson.
“My name is my name” combine quite good new & old hip-hop sounds, and a few R&B strokes as well.
- “King push” (track 1)
- “Hold on” (track 4 -with Rick Ross-)
- “Suicide” (track 5 -with Ab Liva-)
- “40 acres” (track 6 -with The Dream-)
- “No regrets” (track 7 -with Jeezy and Kevin Cossom-)
- “Pain” (track 11 -with Future-)