Following the release of singles “Just in Case” and “Everything’s For Sale,” a new single from Forest Whitaker‘s Godfather of Harlem series has surfaced, featuring Pusha-T and productions from the legendary Swizz Beatz.
The vintage instrumental showcases Beatz patented percussions in boom-bap fashion alongside his signature ad-libs during the chorus. The track weaves tales of street life as aptly told from King Push, where he recalls his early lifestyle of peddling drugs. The track surfaced as part of the series’ continual music rollout, with each new episode presenting a new track by the end of the week. The EPIX series Godfather of Harlem has reached its fourth episode, and while the tracks aren’t available to stream as an official soundtrack, all of the tracks are available as singles on platforms like Spotify.
Check out the track above, then listen to Pusha-T’s remix to the Succession theme song.
Reverend Adam Clayton Powell (@quiethandfilms) is asking for names. Is Bumpy (@ForestWhitaker) prepared to give them up? Find out in an all new episode of #GodfatherOfHarlem this Sunday at 9/8c only on @EPIXHD. pic.twitter.com/RfGvLGCHtk
— Godfather of Harlem on EPIX (@GodfatherHarlem) October 25, 2019