As Rolling Stone pointed out, the performance had a certain cinematic flair to it, with dazzling visuals and expressive cinematography more indicative of a music video than a late night performance. The video was also posted to Pusha T’s Vevo rather than the Jimmy Kimmel Live YouTube channel. You can check out Pusha T’s performance of “If You Know You Know” on Kimmel above.
Pusha T is fresh on the heels of performing at Governor’s Ball in New York City as a replacement for hip-hop collective Brockhampton. While no official tour around Daytona has been released, the New York rapper will join headliners Nas and Black Star at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre on July 31. You can find tickets on AXS by following this link.