Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar reconvene to deliver the official video for “Nosetalgia” – the single built upon a droning bass line that plays like the ghastly love child of BDP‘s “The Bridge Is Over” and a tall glass of purp; Pusha Ton’s latest pulls from the same classic track for the bulk of the refrain. “Nosetalgia” derives its moxy from an overabundance of lyrical heat and a gut punch of percussion that lends a decidedly suspenseful air to every bar. The complimentary footage is a sinister one-take black & white affair filmed during an evening stroll through the streets of K. Dot’s Compton. While this isn’t Kendrick’s track it definitely stokes the flames of his lingering argument about the lack of quality in the rap game – a point reiterated by KRS-One‘s fiery directive to “…change what comes out your speaker.” Stay tuned for more from Pusha’s forthcoming My Name Is My Name LP slated to drop October 8th via G.O.O.D. Music.