CNN did a 15 minute profile on Pusha T and No Malice, chronicling their history as The Clipse, as well as going their separate ways. This is dope, you have to respect both artist’s positions…
Let’s face it, gospel rap has pretty much always sucked. We’ve seen numerous attempts at this type of thing in the past, from the entire catalog of Kirk Franklin albums to KRS-One’s strange turn with Spiritual Minded, a few years back. We won’t even bring up niche acts like Gospel Gangstaz that have never penetrated [cont.]
Pusha T sat down with Boi-1da.net to talk about his upcoming project “My Name Is My Name.” Pusha explains his album title, success as a solo artist, and why he chose not to feature his brother No Malice on the project.
Clipse reunite for this track from Malice’s Hear Ye Him, which hits August 18th.
Sit with No Malice and RE-TV as they take a look inside his forthcoming “Hear Ye Him” album, due for release on August 8th.
No Malice sits down with HipHopSince1987 to talk about a variety of topics. The Virginia mc talks about his home state, making it out of VA, getting their deal by travelling and putting in the work. He talks about the void in his life that was missing when he was at the top of his [cont.]
Pusha T’s long-overdue reunion with Malice will be called, As God As My Witness.
Pusha T spoke with MTV about his upcoming G.O.O.D. Music debut, and gives a taste of a track from it called “40 Acres”.
1/2 of The Clipse releases another single from his upcoming solo effort, Hear Ye Him. Produced by Gripp Productions.
The Elite Money Empire (@EMETakeover) Presents to you: The No Malice (@NoMalice757) Interview. While speaking to him, he discussed the feedback and reception of his latest book, why some rappers turn to religious faith, his next album “Hear Ye Him” (dropping later this year with production from the Neptunes, Boi-1da. Bun B will be on [cont.]
Wale remixes The Clipse’ “I’m Good” with a new verse.
It’s a hot day for rap beef. After Clipse frontman Pusha T released his new single, “Exodus 23:1″, which many interpreted as a dis towards the Young Money camp, Wayne took to Twitter to release the following statement, ahem, “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em”. “Contract all f—-d up / I guess that [cont.]
To the tune of “The Funeral”, Clipse’s Malice buries his alter-ego, to be reborn as “No Malice”. Hear Ye Him, dropping this summer.
Naledge of Kidz In The Hall drops off a pair of freestyles, over beats from Slum Village and The Clipse, respectively.
Pusha speaks on the Re-Up Gang’s forthcoming mixtape, Long Live the Caine, as well as what role Malice will play in the group.
Pusha borrows fellow G.O.O.D. Music emcee Common’s “Sweet” instrumental and shoots a video for it. What’s the meaning of him taking of his Clipse chains at the end of the video and putting them on the kid? Directed by Samuel Rogers.
From Pusha Ton’s Fear Of God 2, available now from Decon.
Clipse frontman tries on A$AP Rocky’s beat for size. Download
Pusha T spits over two of today’s “hottest” beats. Download Download
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