Days after dropping his highly anticipated album My Name Is My Name, Pusha T has released yet another video, this time for the single “Pain” featuring Future. Following up the minimalistic aesthetic for his album, the black-and-white clip features footage of civil rights demonstrations and police brutality mixed in with silhouetted shots of the rapper. Amongst the footage in the politically-charged video is Trayvon Martin’s fateful trip to a convenience store, making Push’s cries of “I don’t never feel pain, ’cause I done felt too much pain” all the more poignant. MNIMN is out now on iTunes.
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