The 10 Coldest Lines From Pusha T's "Numbers on the Board"

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"How could you relate when you ain't never been great? / And rely on rap money to keep food up on your plates?"

Pusha T is separating himself from all you struggle rappers here: One, you don't have the supposedly all-too-real history with tax-free loot that he frequently uses as inspiration in his rhymes; but most of all, he just raps better than you.

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