Wrath of Caine

Pusha T - Wrath of Caine
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
User Score
Based on 48 ratings
2013 Ratings: #425
January 28, 2013 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

72
Pitchfork

He’s not really relatable anymore, and hard times are distant memories rather than palpable realities, but he’s still got sharp wit and snarling lyrical intensity to fall back on, and Wrath of Caine thrives off of that gritty elan.

70
Spin

It gives hints and offers clues about where Pusha will be heading without fully heading there.

70
PopMatters

Wrath of Caine proves over and over that Pusha T is back to having more fun with basic gangster bragging than everybody else doing what Wrath of Caine does.

60
Consequence of Sound

Not lyrically, sonically, or in terms of quality does any of this evoke Hell Hath No Fury, always and forever Pusha’s greatest feat.

JeremiahMurphy
78
Solid addition within king pushs discography. Fav track: Millions
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Track List

  1. Intro (Prod By Dready) 
  2. Millions Feat Rick Ross (Prod By Southside Co-Prod By Kanye West)
  3. Doesn t Matter Feat French Montana (Prod By Renegades)
  4. Blocka (Prod By Young Chop)
  5. Road Runner Feat Troy Ave (Prod By Harry Fraud)
  6. Revolution (Prod By The Neptunes)
  7. Only You Can Tell It Feat Wale (Prod By Boogz N Tapes)
  8. Trust You Feat Kevin Gates (Prod By SK Arthur McArthur)
  9. Take My Life Feat Andrea Martin (Prod By Jake-One)
  10. Liva-Re-Up Gang Motivation (Prod By llmind)
  11. I Am Forgiven (Prod By B nk)
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Added on: February 1, 2013