Drake has thrown a few jabs at Pusha T with the release of his new “Scary Hours” deluxe edition “For All The Dogs.” The track “Wick Man,” produced by The Alchemist, serves as a way for Drake to avenge his longtime friend and producer, Noah “OVO 40” Shebib. Pusha T previously released “The Story of Adidon” in 2018, where he dissed 40’s multiple sclerosis disorder without remorse. In “Wick Man,” Drake ripped into Pusha T using the same cadence the Clipse rapper once used to diss him. He also added some slander about Pusha T’s bank account, rapping, “Man, I remember n****s was joking ’bout some tick, tick/ And now that rapper broke as f***, that boy a statistic … empty clips.”
In “Adidon,” Pusha T used the phrase “tick, tick” to describe the clock that was supposed to spell out 40’s demise. This venomous diss not only targeted 40’s health but also spilled the secret about Drake having a son. “Wick Man” marks Drake’s second snipe at Pusha T this year, as he also called him out on Travis Scott’s hit album “Utopia” and even invited him to pull up on his ‘Blur’ Tour. Despite these provocations, Pusha T has remained noticeably quiet, even when Jim Jones got at him.
It seems that Pusha T’s quietness won’t last for long, as Drake continues to throw sticks and stones in his direction. It’s clear that Drake is not holding back in his lyrical warfare with Pusha T, and the tension between the two artists is palpable. As the battle continues, fans can expect more shots fired and responses from both sides. This ongoing feud between Drake and Pusha T has become a focal point in the world of hip-hop, keeping fans eagerly anticipating each new development. The drama and intensity of their conflict only serve to heighten the anticipation of future diss tracks and lyrical spars. The anticipation of future diss tracks and lyrical spars only adds to the drama and intensity of their conflict.