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Naked Feet & Holy Fire (from the album Zeal) - Kings Kaleidoscope (4:18)Matriarch of Manhattan (from the album A Marginal Sea) - Strange Her (3:12)Us and Them (from the album Unveiled) - Amy Savin (4:11)Hey Mary (single) - Eric Jones* (4:01)How Can You Live With Yourself (from the upcoming untitled album) - Zilch (3:33)Hope Beyond Hope (from the album Deconstruction) - Ian Yates (2:36)Reset (feat. Reese Roper) [from the album Till the End] - October Light (2:47)Creation Groans (from the EP Era Regnum) - Wild Earth (4:35)The Streets (feat. John Mark McMillan) [from the album Vulnerability] - Strahan (4:17)Control (from the EP The Narrows) - Roelant (4:39)Wishing Well (from the EP Chapter Three) - Leem of Earth (3:58)Lonely Saints (from the upcoming untitled album) - Chase Tremaine (5:49)Mighty God (Another Hallelujah) [from the album Paradoxology] - Elevation Worship (4:28)I Never Knew (from the album The Longing) - Ben Ford (4:49)More Good Than Bad (feat. Keyes.) [from the album Be Clean Again] - Heath McNease (4:01)It's OK (from the mixtape Boom Bap Soul) - Elohin (3:12)The End Is Near (feat. Re:flex the Architect, Krum, and Melissa Carter) [single] - Paradox (4:11)Delorean (from the EP Flying Cars) - HeeSun Lee (3:56)It's A Wonderful Life (from the EP It's A Wonderful Life) - Josh Engler (3:05)Hanging Onto Every Word That You Say (from the maxi single Wait) - Michael Hughes Watson (4:49)Whitewash (from the album The Venture) - Drakeford (3:22)Nosebleed (single) - Benjamin Daniel (2:35)Sweet Nora Lee (single) - Joshua Clifton & the Blackbirds* (2:05)Backyard (single) - Whale Bones (4:12)Short Fiction (single) - Empty Atlas (3:56)Better Than This (from the album Hot & Catchy) - The Easy Button (3:18)I Didn't Come Here To Die (from the album I Didn't Come Here To Die) - White Collar Sideshow (3:45)Breaking Waves (from the album Liquid Exorcist) - Rusty Shipp (3:45)Closer To You (single) - Deep Valleys (2:59)The Talking Heads (from the EP Mirror You) - Feral Vices (2:53)Pariah (feat. Joel Holycross) [single] - Poetic Descent (3:35)Wake (single) - WORDS* (3:13)Breach the Borders (from the album Return To Your Rest) - When Forever Ends (5:37)Outlier (from the album Hunger & Thirst) - Weeping Hour (3:59)Doomsday (single) - Ironside (4:25)Broken (single) - I Still Dream (4:20)The Void (single) - Collision of Innocence (3:53)Afterthought (feat. Stephen Christian) [from the EP Spinning] - City of Auburn* (4:09)Firestarter (Doug Weier Remix) [from the album Stones Reloaded] - Manafest (4:05)Walking Contradiction (from the EP Walking Contradiction) - The Ashamed & Shunned (3:27)Peep That (from the album Hunger Pains) - Mike Sarge (3:10)What's It Worth (from the album One Day I Will Fly) - Davecreates (4:32)Queen of a Wasteland (from the album Heaven Come Down) - Becca Bradley (3:07)Creature (from the EP Cagestage) - Zambroa (2:54)What It's Like (from the EP All But Lost) - Andrea Hamilton (3:23)Three Birds In Babylon (from the album She Waits) - The Gray Havens (4:01)Caught Dancin' (demo) - Kid Ambient Arcade (5:13)God and God Alone (from the album Surrender) - Dawn Michele**** (3:42)The Darkness Won't Survive (from the album Songs in the Night) - Paradox Music (5:45)Holy (feat. Leeland Mooring) [from the EP Your Love] - Danielle Noonan (4:55)Mourning Marrow (from the album Carefully Out of Nowhere) - Idylls (4:14)To the Dawn (from the EP To the Dawn: Reimagined) - Sara Groves*** (3:48)Sing (from the album Coming Home) - Valley's End (4:32)River of Life (from the EP When You Go) - Theo & Brenna (2:50)House On Fire (from the album Monument) - Wild Harbors (3:44)Dream (from the upcoming untitled album) - Mark Lee Townsend (4:04)Who I Am (feat. Lacey Sturm) [from the album Soundtrack, Vol. 1] - Reflect Love Back** (4:17)Who I'm Not (OG) [single] - Jenny & Tyler (4:23)When A Heart Wakes Up (from the album When A Heart Wakes Up) - Adam Watts (3:51)Better (from the album Hide No Truth) - Good Saint Nathanael (4:13)Running for the Light (from the album In This Pilgrim Way) - Wilder Adkins (3:06)The Keeper (24-25) [from the album Jude] - Psallos (3:21)*courtesy of Honey Gold Records**courtesy of The Fuel Music***courtesy of Fair Trade Services****courtesy of Burtonwood Records

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After establishing his solo career, while signing a deal to GOOD Music in September 2010, Pusha T released his first solo project, a mixtape, titled Fear of God (2011).[1] Following the release of his mixtape, he released his first extended play, a sequel to the mixtape, titled Fear of God II: Let Us Pray (2011). After the release of his EP, Pusha T started working on his debut album, and at the time it had included production from Kanye West, The Neptunes, Bangladesh, Ryan Leslie and Alex da Kid.[2][3] After continued to working on his first full-length album, which was originally set to be released in 2012, it was pushed back due to his participation in GOOD Music's first compilation album Cruel Summer (2012).[4]

Mike Powell of Rolling Stone stated, "He's still a witty, quietly vicious rapper, capable of tearing apart spare street tracks like "Nosetalgia" and "Numbers on the Board" while barely raising his voice. But set in the more commercial contexts of Kelly Rowland features and the-Dream's fluorescent R&B, he can sound like a fish out of some pretty expensive water. Who Pusha was is gone, but who he is still sometimes unclear."[78] David Jeffries of AllMusic said, "With Pusha's pen at full force and his performance a proper combination of cold and tense, the album is as if Clipse's Hell Hath No Fury were atom-smashed into something more artful and unstable. My Name Is My Name is a remarkable and vital solo debut."[72] Jesse Cataldo, writing for Slant Magazine, said, "Yet despite its pedigree, the album puts too much overall emphasis on guest spots and not enough on establishing a distinctive identity for the rapper. Full of retrograde lyrical conceits, seemingly at odds with its futuristic backdrops, My Name Is My Name is a reminder that Pusha T hasn't changed, and his stubborn reliance on maintaining his brand is probably not the wisest strategy in today's shifting hip-hop climate."[82] Jon Hadusek of Consequence stated, "A few poor production choices and uneven sequencing do slow the album, but it shows flashes of real brilliance. The best tracks here are produced by Kanye and Pharrell, and they're concentrated at the beginning and end. The smattering in the middle of the tracklist is handled by host of collaborators, not all of them effectively complimenting Pusha's rawness. While not the defining statement it could've been, My Name Is My Name shows different sides of Pusha T as he becomes a more multidimensional rapper."[83]

Spin positioned it at number 46 on their list of the best 50 albums of 2013. They said, "Push is in fighting form, incorporating a mature point of view on his drug-dealer past while rapping with the confidence of a man who knows the game is his to lose."[93] NME positioned it at number 48 on their list of the 50 best albums of year. They said, My Name Is My Name was the moment Clipse member Pusha T finally hit the home run he promised for so long. The beats snapped hard, the guests including Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross and 2 Chainz glittered and the overall vibe was dirty but triumphant."[94] Paste ranked it number 34 on their list of the 50 best albums of 2013 saying, "each bar has the ferociousness of a lion smelling the scent of fresh blood. Among his contemporaries, Pusha T is the sharp-witted wordsmith who makes you feel like you're listening to a master at work, devilishly cooking up something as pure and addictive as he possibly can."[95] It was named the third best hip hop album of 2013 by PopMatters. They commented saying, "My Name Is My Name is easily one of the most impressive displays of lyricism of the year and contains some of 2013's best verses, as Pusha shows off his versatility..... The production is minimalistic and intelligently doesn't overshadow Pusha's performance. The beats are big and full of bass, giving life to the album and forming a unique theme, with a reunion with Pharrell triggering a nice blast of nostalgia..... My Name Is My Name has substance, style, and passion, and no doubt is an album that will still be appreciated a decade from now."[96] Consequence positioned it at number 44 on their list of the 50 best albums of the year.[97]


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