Pusha T performs “If You Know You Know” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

It’s one helluva trippy performance.

His beef with Drake aside, Pusha T’s been busy promoting his latest album, Daytona. And he recently made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform the most-streamed track off the record, “If You Know You Know.”

Under flickering red and blue lights, the GOOD Music president boldly rapped the opening verse over distorted Kanye West-produced beats. Once the break kicked in, the entire stage was blinded by white strobe lights, while visuals of a blazing fire, dollar bills and a menacing eye flashed behind him.

In an interview with Genius, King Push explained that the lyrics to the track is his way of connecting to his day-one fans and the people from the streets. “I’m one of y’all, you’re one of me. We relate,” he said. “Really just trying to draw people in, draw my people in, for sure.”  

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