Pusha T – American rapper
Pusha T was born on 13 May 1977. His real name is Terrance LeVarr Thornton. The rapper spent part of his childhood in Bronx, New York. Then his family moved to Virginia Beach. In 1992, Terrance and his younger brother Gene Elliott (pseudonym No Malice) formed a duo Clipse.
A famous rapper Pharrell Williams helped the young artists signed a contract with Elektra Records, with the support of which they later released the debut LP, Exclusive Audio Footage. Terrance also found time to work with other artists. He collaborated with Kelis to create a single “Good Stuff”. Later, he recorded "Run Away (I Wanna Be with U)" with the singer Nivea.
In 2014, the two brothers formed their own label, Re-Up Records. They also created a new group, Re-Up Gang. Besides Pusha T and No Malice, the band’s lineup featured Sandman and Ab-Liva. Then the duo recorded two more albums and decided to split. Each of the talented brothers started working on solo projects.
Pusha T signed a contract with GOOD Music and worked with other artists from the label. One of the songs he helped record was “Runaway” for Kanye West’s LP, West My Beautiful Dark Twisted. At MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye presented a music video for the song.