Pusha T, the acclaimed rapper and man who brutally owned Drake last month, is coming to Baltimore in support of his latest album, “Daytona,” on Aug. 15.
At just seven tracks and a length of over 21 minutes, the Kanye West-produced “Daytona” is short, but it packs a punch. Critics have universally praised the album for its focus and incisive writing and hailed it as the Virginia rapper’s best solo work outside of the hip-hop duo Clipse.
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