Pusha T has released a video for his “Untouchable” single following the announcement about his album, King Pusha. So far the new single is only available for Tidal subscribers, but it was recently shared through Vevo. The video was directed by Harrison Boyce and shows Pusha T rapping in the streets in the city.
The video features New York City at night, Pusha T is driving around the city, rapping as he goes, but there is a significance in the way that New York City or even any other major city could have been implemented in the video, it’s because it is the high point in Pusha T’s music career. It shows that he is still working his way to the top, but it is this point in his life where he feels prominent in his place as a rapper and as a musician. Even though the album has been delayed for a while, performing alongside Major Lazer’s single “Night Riders,” Puff Daddy’s MMM mixtape and appearing in music videos for Hudson Mohawke’s “Warriors” and Yogi’s “Burial,” seeing the musician rap to the Timbaland-produced single “Untouchable” states that he is almost untouchable himself, his rise in the music industry and the rise to which he is working on his own music, minus a few side projects or two.