On the track, Capo pulls no punches with heavy-hitting lines like: “These two roach n-ggas don’t know what to do with no ray/ Kanye gave you whips/ But that’s what they do to the slaves,” and: “My Name Is My Name/ But they ain’t screaming yet/ They talking about the rapper came/ But we ain’t seen it yet.”
Sending further jabs, Jones spits: “The only beef you know n-gga is Arby’s or the Big Mac/We don’t drive through/ We drive by in the car with the big mag/That last shit you dropped/ That shit was garbage/ Take that shit back/ Plus you got your brother rapping/ What?/ You tryna bring the Clipse back?/ Talking about your brother/ What happened to that boy?/ Looking like if they’re selling crack to that boy.”
Shot in New York City, take a look at the From The Block Performance video below:
It’s been a busy week for Jones as he’s taken his beef with Push to the next level. On Thursday (June 22), the “We Fly High” rapper took to Instagram to respond to the Clipse song that made its debut at Pharrell’s first Louis Vuitton show as creative director in Paris two days prior.
“That was not a Top 50 verse,” Jones said. “Not at all. Still not in my Top 50.” He added in the caption: “Lol [that] verse did not make [the] list champ it was cute.”
On the new Clipse track, Pusha T seemingly accuses Jones of cuddling up to his nemesis, Drake, in order to get a guest verse.
“Beware of my name, that there’s delegate/ You know I know where you’re delicate/ Crush you to pieces, I’ll hum a breath of it/ I will close your heaven for the hell of it/ You think it’d be valor amongst veterans/ I’m watching your fame escape relevance/ We all in a room but here’s the elephant/ You chasing a feature out of your element,” he spits.
King Push then adds: “And those lab diamonds under inspection/ The question marks block your blessings/ It’s no tombstones in the desert/ I know by now you get the message.”
Shortly after, a sneak peek of Jones’ “Summer Collection” leaked online, which heard him brand No Malice a crackhead.
The rapper’s ongoing beef is believed to have stemmed from comments the Dipset rapper previously made claiming that Push isn’t a Top 50 rapper.
During an episode of the Rap Caviar Podcast in April, Jim Jones ruffled some feathers when he chimed in with his thoughts regarding Billboard and VIBE‘s 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time list, which placed the Clipse rapper at No.29.
“What has he done that puts him in the greatest rappers of all time besides talk about coke that he probably didn’t get himself?” Jones questioned the other panel members.
While he did give Push his flowers as a lyricist, he questioned his impact on the culture, overall. “He’s nice as shit. He could rap his ass off, but what has he done?” the Dipset rapper asked. “Nobody has dressed like him. Nobody wants to be like Pusha T. I don’t remember nothing.
“And let’s not be evil, but we don’t talk about rap where the n-gga that’s popping the bitches wanna fuck and the n-ggas wanna be like. I don’t know too many n-ggas in this game that was leaning towards being like Pusha T.”
Jim Jones added: “Pusha T don’t hold no weight out here. He not pushing no shit out here.”