As Pusha T gears up to release his debut solo album, My Name Is My Name, he drops the second episode, “Residual Truth,” of his “MNIMN Testimonial” web series and he discusses the dangers of drug addiction and social inequality.

My Name is My Name might seem like a rather obvious statement and dubious title for a record, but after checking out the first in a series of video “testimonials” (this one is called “A Name I Call Myself”), the origin becomes infinitely clearer. Check out the new Orson Whales & Kris Ex directed clip on that Pusha T LP and look for the record, which features Kanye West, Pharrell, Swizz Beatz and more, on October 8th. It’s currently up for preorder at iTunes with a free download of the new track “Nosetalgia” featuring the homie Kendrick Lamar.

My Name Is My Name is slated for an October 8th release, and is available for pre-order [here].

Watch the second episode of Pusha’s “MNIMN Testimonial” web series below: