In Ric Flair's "What Dreams are Made Of" speech, the oft-sampled heavyweight champion credits his strength to his diet of "intensified beef products." He says it's hard for him to keep his feet on the ground and harder to look the men who come to see him in the eye because he's spent more cash, "on spilled liquor, in bars from one side of this world to the other," than they make in a year. On the VIPS-produced "What Dreams are Made Of," Pusha T rhymes yarmulke with speedometer. He says hip hop bores me with slow, deliberate disgust. The song is slated for Pusha's Fear of God II EP, out November 8th.
Download: Pusha T, "What Dreams are Made Of"