End Of The Line: Pusho

End Of The Line: Pusho

With End of the Line, we ask artists to complete unfinished sentences to better comprehend their mindset and motivation. Here, Latin artist Pusho lets us in a bit into his hectic world. Starting out on a Facebook Page (Los Freestyle Manía), which earned him the nickname Mr. Like for the multiple virtual “likes” his verses received, Pusho has already collaborated with heavyweights Daddy Yankee, Farruko, and contemporaries like Ozuna. His latest track “La Realidad,” is already stacking up millions of views. “People like ‘La Realidad’ because of the content of the song,” he says. “For the message that it carries, a double meaning, you know the subject has a spark, and I think that has reached people, and that is why it has the views it has, the streamings it has.”

Hello, My Name Is Pusho

When I wake up in the morning, the first thing I always do is take my daughters to school.

People may not know this about me, but I don’t like the dark.

I consider myself a humble and easygoing person, and very religious.

I am the happiest when I see my daughters.

I am terrified of nothing.

My hero in real life is God.

My goal in life is to reach wherever I always wanted to go—be big, leave my mark in the world.

My day is not the same without my family.

If I met a younger version of myself I would tell myself to fix some mistakes that I made because I was very young, honestly. I wouldn’t have gone through what I went through.

I admire every person that fights for their family; that fights for their dreams.

One day, when I get the chance I want to be bigger than what I am. And I want to have my own music label.

Before I leave, I would like to say, thank you so much for the opportunity, for the support.

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