Pusha T is back with the second part of his 'My Name Is My Name' documentary that takes an in-depth look into his new album, his career, and so much more.

This new portion of the interview features some insight into the gap between the music Pusha loves and the music his fans love. He says, for example, that he knows what his fans are like when they get upset over Future being featured on 'Pain.' Those listeners, the rapper says, are clearly people who don't go outside or go to the club, which is where Pusha himself says he's at.

He then reveals that, as part of the Clipse, he wanted to put out music like OutKast and Gang Starr, meaning he wanted a consistent sound and consistent output. That couldn't happen, though, due to a number of reasons including album delays.

On that note, Pusha talks about the onetime separation between him and his brother, No Malice, and all the drama that went down following the release of the 'Exodus' video. He apparently got pulled over by police during a trip from North Carolina to Washington, D.C. and things became pretty ugly as a discussion ensued.

We won't spoil the entire piece for you, though, so make sure to watch the interview above.

[via MassAppeal]