Pusha T shares the star-studded video off his prelude album "Darkest Before Dawn."
Pusha T's prelude album Darkest Before Dawn might be the greatest thing since sliced bread. With videos for "Untouchable," "M.F.T.R.," "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets," already in the can, Pusha shares yet another visual on New Year's Day. This time it's "M.P.A.," the most star-studded track on the album.
Directed by Shomi Patwary, "M.P.A." depicts Pusha, A$AP Rocky, and The-Dream chilling on a Hollywood film set shooting a variety of footage. Kanye West and J. Cole do not appear in the video, despite their respective contributions to the song. The Pusha-ASAP-Dream triumvirate is not dismayed by Kanye/Cole's absence, and they celebrate at the end of the video with Hennessy toasts.