Video: Pusha T Announces New Clipse Album Title

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Fresh off the release of his mixtape Wrath of Caine, Pusha T reveals the name of his next album with brother Malice: As God As My Witness.

Previously: Pusha T ft. French Montana – Doesn’t Matter (Trailer)

Video: The Clipse ft. Pharrell & Kenna – Life Change

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

‘Til The Casket Drops is out now.

Yo Gotti ft. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross & The Clipse – Cocaine Muzik (No DJ)

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

I wonder if Jeezy/Ross knew they were going to be on the same song.

Off Yo Gotti’s Cocaine Muzik 4.5, which just dropped @ LiveMixtapes.

UPDATE: Yo Gotti ft. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross & Clipse – Cocaine Muzik (No DJ) [via DGB] | Mediafire

Yo Gotti feat. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross & The Clipse-Cocaine Muzik (No DJ)

Previously: Young Jeezy feat. Yo Gotti – All White Everything (Remix)

Clipse ft Yo Gotti & Lloyd – Showin’ Out (Original)

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

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I’m surprised the version with Drake never leaked. The version I heard at a listening session last summer only had Drake doing the hook but supposedly they were getting a verse too.

Clipse feat. Yo Gotti & Lloyd – Showin’ Out (Original Version)

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Props to TheNeptunes.org

Previously: Pusha T – Dearly Beloved

Young Jeezy feat. Clipse – Ill’in (No DJ)

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

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Pretty much the only tagless song off ToD2 that was still being sought after, which Mel got her hands on yesterday.

Young Jeezy feat. Clipse – Ill’in (No DJ) | Mediafire

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Previously: Young Jeezy – D-Boyz (Prod. Don Cannon) [No DJ]

Pusha T Speaks On Jay-Z “Ill’in” Line

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

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Pusha T spoke to VIBE about the “Ill’in” bars (off Trap Or Die II) that got everybody talking.

VIBE: Judging from the response on the Internet, the one line from the song that plenty of people heard is, “Tell Hova don’t pass the crown so soon, Unless he got a crown for every writer in the room/There’s too many spirits on these ghostwritten tunes, So you can’t crown the heir until you séance the room.” Can you clarify exactly what you meant by that?

Pusha T: I actually wrote my verse [around the time] “D.O.A.” dropped. I just feel like there are a lot of new artists in the game that still have to prove themselves. You hear so much talk about who’s next and who’s up next and who’s the man and so on and so forth. In all fairness, I feel like Jay-Z is still relevant. He’s still the rapper. He’s the crown-holder right now. But, you know, he cosigns plenty of artists all the time, so I just wanted to tell him not to pass the crown too soon because we don’t know enough about these artists yet. We need to do checks on them first and see what they’re all about. Obviously, ghostwriting is a very big thing going on, too. So we gotta see who the man is behind all of these joints if that’s what’s going on.

Pusha downplays solo project talk and more @ VIBE.com.

Video: Pusha T Explains “EGHCK”

Monday, February 15th, 2010

This must be the first time I’ve heard him explain it. Props to 57thave

Related: What Is Rap’s Greatest Catch Phrase? – Round 1 [Unkut.com]

Video: The Clipse Interview w/ UBIQ

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

The brothers Thornton were atthe UBIQ shop in Philly for an in-store, and to promote their Play Cloths line. Props to Hoodnerd

Video: Wake Up Call (Malice Vlog)

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Oh yes, he’s back.

Previously: They Hate Pusha’s Boots

Video: Clipse Interview w/ ThisisCurtis

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

They reintroduce themselves and talk about their hit back in 2002 “Grindin”. They talk about what they learned from the music industry. They tallk about their mixtapes and how it lead into them starting their clothing line. Clipse also speak on their new album “Till The Casket Drops” and the production on the album. They break down how their music changed over the years and much more.

Previously: Clipse x The Roots – Grindin’ + Popular Demand ft. Black Thought (Live on Jimmy Kimmel)