Pusha-T is busy building a legacy. He’s so busy, in fact, that he isn’t even using his TV while quarantined at home. In the latest episode of GQ’s The Drop-In, King Push reported that he’s been in “total creative mode” for the past year, focusing his energy on what he’ll leave behind.
Of course, in the most literal sense, Push is raising a four-month-old son, who he’s happy to be stuck at home with. But his baby has got him thinking about other legacies, too—like cultivating young talent from his home state of Virginia, which is what his new label Heir Wave Music Group is doing. Or helping his community out, which he does with a little help from Courvoisier through joint efforts like the Feed Your City Challenge. And then there’s his own music. “When I leave the game,” he said, “you’re gonna be able to look at my discography and be, like, He barred us the fuck up this whole time.”
Watch the full episode below to hear about Pusha’s multiple designer diaper bags, the artists he’s most excited about right now, and why he wants to share success.