The hard hitting track finds King Push slinging coke raps over a knocking piano-driven beat, produced by Ye and 88-Keys.
“Far as I’m concerned, who’s the best? Me and Yezos,” he declares, and later adds, “They mad at us, who wouldn’t be?”
The newly released video directed by Omar Jones includes a cameo from Kanye West and finds Push performing the track in a setting reminiscent of Craig Mack’s Flava in Ya Ear (Remix)” visual.
“Diet Coke” is the first single from Pusha T’s forthcoming album, It’s Not Dry Yet – the follow-up to his Grammy-nominated DAYTONA.
Watch the visual below.