(Karl Walters/Getty Images)

(Karl Walters/Getty Images)

For many hardcore hip-hop fans, the best rap album of 2013 didn’t come from such high-profile artists as Kanye West, Jay Z or Eminem, but from Clipse member Pusha T, who delivered the euphorically received My Name is My Name full-length in October.

For album track “Hold On,” Pusha T has recruited Rick Ross to craft an emotional music video that illustrates the harsh realities found in the moody song’s unrepentant lyrics:”Got rich selling hope to the hopeless/But I’m a thinker, methodic in my motives/I motivate to put my n—– into motors.” The album’s executive producer Kanye West’s Autotuned harmonizing can be heard throughout the song.

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