The Heat is On: Jim Jones Responds to Pusha T with ‘Summer Collection’
The feud between Pusha T and Jim Jones is heating up. On June 25, Jim Jones, a member of the Dipset, released a performance titled ‘Summer Collection’ from the Block, featuring lyrics targeting King Push and his twin brother, No Malice, another member of Clipse.
‘Summer Collection’: A Musical Retort to Pusha T
‘Summer Collection’ is a musical retort from Jim Jones to Pusha T and No Malice. The lyrics directly respond to the ongoing feud between the artists. Jones takes shots at Pusha T’s brand collaborations with McDonald’s and Arby’s and references the 2002 Birdman and Clipse single ‘What Happened to That Boy.’ Listen to Jone’s diss below:
The Origin of the Feud
The feud between Jones and Pusha T began when Jones claimed that Pusha T isn’t a Top 50 rapper, as listed on Billboard and VIBE’s 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time list, where Pusha T was placed at No. 29. Pusha T responded during Pharrell Williams’ Louis Vuitton Paris Fashion Week debut, where an unreleased song by Clipse was played.
The Escalation of the Feud
Jones responded to Pusha T’s rebuttal with a video of himself laughing, captioning that Pusha’s verse still isn’t in his top 50. This latest release, ‘Summer Collection,’ is a further escalation of the feud, with Jones using his music as a platform to respond to Pusha T.
The Impact of the Feud
The ongoing feud between Jim Jones and Pusha T has captured the attention of the music industry. With each artist using their music as a platform to respond to the other, the feud has become a significant event in the hip-hop world.
In conclusion, the release of ‘Summer Collection’ is the latest development in the ongoing feud between Jim Jones and Pusha T. As the artists continue exchanging words, both in their music and on social media, fans and industry insiders alike eagerly watch how the feud will unfold.
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