The ominous track features dancehall artist Popcaan and GOOD Music associate Travi$ Scott.
While ‘Blocka’ is produced by ‘I Don’t Like’ beatsmith Young Chop, this composition is restrained and menacing (and better mastered, naturally). Pusha is as confident as ever, telling his detractors that ‘my records ain’t gotta sell’, while Popcaan adds some Futuresque warble to the chorus.
‘Blocka’ appears on Pusha T’s pre-album mixtape The Wrath of Caine, due out this month. His Marlo Stanfield-inspired album My Name is my Name will follow.