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Fear Of God II: Let Us Pray

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Download links and information about Fear Of God II: Let Us Pray by Pusha T. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:00:25 minutes.

Artist: Pusha T
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:00:25
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Changing Of The Guards (feat. Diddy) 2:29
2. Amen (feat. Kanye West and Young Jeezy) [Explicit] [Explicit] 4:36
3. Trouble On My Mind (feat. Tyler, The Creator) [Album] [Album] 3:32
4. What Dreams Are Made Of 3:35
5. Body Work (feat. French Montana, Juicy J and Meek Mill) 4:29
6. Everything That Glitters (feat. French Montana) 3:29
7. So Obvious 3:15
8. Feeling Myself (feat. Kevin Cossom) 3:34
9. Raid (feat. 50 Cent and Pharrell) 3:45
10. My God 3:33
11. I Still Wanna (feat. Ab Liva and Rick Ross) 4:16
12. Alone In Vegas 4:31
13. My God (Music Video) [Music Video] 3:34
14. Alone In Vegas (Music Video) [Music Video] 3:18
15. Trouble On My Mind (feat. Tyler, The Creator) [Music Video] [Music Video] 3:46
16. Trouble On My Mind (feat. Tyler, The Creator) [Behind The Scenes Video] [Behind The Scenes Video] 4:43

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It makes perfect sense that Clipse member Pusha T officially launched his career via G.O.O.D. Music, Kanye West’s label. After all, Pusha’s style is a grimmer, more street version of West’s, and they’re equally loud, equally unashamed, and equally skilled when it comes to rockin’ the party or getting the thugs’ heads to nod. Here, the superb “Trouble on My Mind” does it all at once with an irresistible hook, a Neptunes beat so chilly it is Mobb Deep-worthy, and a brilliant, pre-heist pep talk from Pusha that seamlessly goes from Obama, to college mascots, to “when you add fame, that’s a whole ‘nother devil,” to a guest shot from a grumbling Tyler, the Creator. That’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy with the emphasis put on “Dark,” and that goes double when Pusha elsewhere offers “Sell that pussy to me, I’d rather buy it baby/Look at your purse, you need the help, we can’t deny it baby/I’m what dreams are made of” because he’s got all the answers. It’s hard to root for any of the main characters here as “Everything That Glitters” finds Pusha and French Montana at the strip club “pissy drunk” and “embracing guns, ignore Bibles,” but guests 50 Cent, Rick Ross, and even Pharrell go harder than usual in this atmosphere as the thrill of danger throughout is contagious. Producers Shawty Redd, Nottz, and A-Traxx all contribute bottom-heavy stunners while West, Diddy, Juicy J, and Young Jeezy add the right amount of outside influence, making this just a tad more “fun” than your usual casket drop from Clipse.