The Clipse’s Pusha T recently spoke on his admiration toward Malice and revealed plans to put out an upcoming group project later this year.
Although aligned with Kanye West‘s G.O.O.D. Music brand, Pusha said a new Clipse album is imminent.
“Well I think the Clipse dynamic has always been what it is,” Push said in an interview. “I think that Malice has always been the one to dig a lil bit deeper and show a lil bit more perspective in the verses and so on and so forth, regardless of whatever he’s talking about. So I don’t think that’s gonna change much. But like I said, we got a new Clipse album coming too so ya’ll gonna see. Y’all gonna see in a minute. I mean, I can’t f*ck with him.” (XXL Mag)
Having been with G.O.O.D. Music since last summer, Pusha recently discussed the aftermath his decision had on Malice.
“I feel like it’s win for me, and everybody,” Pusha said in an interview. “I’m always going to be within my own lane. I don’t think we’re going to step on each others toes. I think it’s like when Boston Celtics came together, they had this amazing team and guys with amazing history. It’s just about being a team player. And I’ve always been a team player. Even when people felt I was the head of Re-Up, you gonna put that on me because I’m the most vocal? … The G.O.O.D. Music move has been better for myself, Malice, and Liva as well. It’s all about making moves that can benefit everybody. I don’t ever want to just benefit myself. I’m too close to too many people. I don’t just live for myself, I live for more than myself.” (Complex)
Pusha recently talked to SOHH about his motivation toward going solo.
“The way I want to put out my solo album, those ideas are definitely taking form right now,” Pusha told SOHH. “It’s just that I want the world to understand that in The Clipse, well, I look at it like this. A lot of people understand the dichotomy with Pusha being more brash, the more wordplay-type one. And then you have my brother, Malice, being the more introspective and more conscious-driven. And it’s not that I don’t think like that, it’s just the fact that we play roles in our group. And we’re d*mn good at that. And I’m d*mn good at this. And it’s not that I don’t have those views, I think I just want the world to get a full 360-degree perspective of myself, my opinions and my mind.” (SOHH)
Clipse’s last album hit retail stores in mid-December 2009.
The Clipse even things out in Top 50 as Til The Casket Drops debuts at No. 46. With a week in the books, the duo’s third group project has moved 31,500 records. (SOHH Sales Wrap)
Check out Pusha T’s interview below: