Terrence LeVarr Thornton, born on May 13, 1977, is a 46-year-old eclectic American rapper, songwriter, and record executive hailing from the vibrant streets of the Bronx, New York City. His emergence from the shadows transpired as one-half of Clipse, a hip-hop duo navigated alongside his brother, the enigmatic No Malice.
Their inaugural opus, “Exclusive Audio Footage,” graced the airwaves in 1997, but it was the sonic cascade of “Lord Willin'” in 2002 that thrust them into the limelight’s embrace. This album, adorned with hits like “Grindin'” and “When the Last Time,” solidified Pusha T’s ascent as a burgeoning luminary within the rap panorama.
In the wake of this triumphant passage, Pusha T embarked on a solo expedition, giving life to albums such as “My Name Is My Name” and “Daytona.” These opuses not only unveiled the tapestry of his artistry but also birthed collaborations with a mosaic of fellow artists. With his incisive wordplay, a voice that’s unmistakably his, and a gritty demeanor, Pusha T’s harmonies carved a profound resonance.
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Terrence LeVarr Thornton|
|Stage Name:||Pusha T|
|Born:||13 May 1977 (age 46 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||The Bronx, New York, United States|
|Education:||Princess Anne High School|
|Parents:||Gene Elliott Thornton Sr., Mildred Thornton|
|Spouse:||Virginia Williams (m. 2018)|
|Girlfriend • Partner:||Fefe Dobson (2010-2011), Karrine Steffans (2000)|
|Children:||Nigel Brixx Thornton|
|Occupation:||Rapper • Record Executive|
|Net Worth:||$20 million|