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Eric Renner Brown
January 01, 2016 AT 12:00 PM EST

When Pusha T released King Push: Darkest Before Dawn — The Prelude last month, the song “M.P.A.” turned heads with its star-studded guest list, which includes A$AP Rocky, Kanye West, and The-Dream. The G.O.O.D. Music head rang in 2016 on Friday by sharing a music video for the track.

The lavish video features both The-Dream and A$AP Rocky — but not West, who was presumably elsewhere devising the eleventh-hour rhymes about Bill Cosby and Steve Harvey that appeared on “Facts,” the song he dropped New Year’s Eve. Pusha had previously shared videos for album cuts “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets” and “Untouchable,” as well as the 22-minute short film Darkest Before Dawn, which included music from the record.

“These are dark, sinister records,” Pusha told EW in December of the new album. “Darkest Before Dawn is a compilation of 10 records which I feel like represent what I love in hip-hop and how my core fan base loves to hear me.” Pusha’s more plainly-titled King Push is scheduled to drop in April.

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