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"Rap — this is a whole lifestyle," Pusha T tells NPR. "This is a whole culture." Amy Harris/Amy Harris/Invision/AP hide caption

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On 'It's Almost Dry,' Pusha T plays the long game

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President Donald Trump, photographed on October 27, in Murphysboro, Illinois. The President was criticized by the artist Pharrell for using his hit composition "Happy" during a rally held the same day as a massacre that in a Pittsburgh synagogue. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Sophie Calle, at a private concert by Pharrell Williams in Paris on May 26, 2014. Pharrell contributed to the album Souris Calle, in tribute to Sophie Calle's dead cat. Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images hide caption

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Memorial candles during a vigil on St Ann's Square in Manchester on May 29, 2017, one week after a bomb attack timed to the conclusion of a concert by Ariana Grande at the Manchester Arena. Grande and others will perform Sunday, June 4 to raise money for victims and their families. Jon Super/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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