Pusha T Guests On New O.W.S Track
Also, we know someone up there wants him to succeed. That someone gave this track to Pusha T, who unloads a blistering (though rather brief) verse over glowing synths.
He eulogizes a failed relationship in grandiose terms: "hoping, honest, I resist / oceans, timeless, the abyss." How'd this unlikely collaboration end up happening? Here's what O.W.S. had to say on the subject, via Jay Z's Life + Times blog:
"It's not everyday you get the rapper with the number one hip-hop album of last year wanting to feature on your record; but as soon as King Push heard 'Waterline' he wanted to jump on it," he said. More here.
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