On the heels of his menacing 'Nosetalgia' collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T continues to restore the feeling with the latest track off his forthcoming album, 'My Name Is My Name.'

The opening cut to his debut solo LP, 'King Push' is a fierce and focused claim to the throne in which the Clipse MC reminds folks, "I'm King Push, this King Push/ I rap n---a 'bout trap n----s, I don't sing hooks."

You'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that the beat, which relays marching drums over a sped up vocal sample that echoes the early work of his G.O.O.D. Music boss-slash-hype man Kanye West, was produced by Joaquin Phoenix. No, seriously. Nathaniel Brown's accompanying clip, meanwhile, stars the bold silhouette of Pusha we saw on the alternate album cover.

Featuring appearances from Pharrell, Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, Future and, of course, Kendrick Lamar, 'My Name Is My Name' is due out Oct. 8. Pre-order on iTunes.

[Via VMAN]