G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha-T knows his history. The hip-hop veteran has hit up social media to share a major blast from the past with his first-ever studio group album Lord Willin’.
King Push hopped on Instagram this week to share some must-watch promo footage from The Clipse‘s 2002 debut.
Back in 2016, Pusha’s brother No Malice weighed-in on the possibility of The Clipse reuniting.
The question then, is whether Pusha and No Malice, seven years removed from their last album together, are willing to make another Clipse record today. “Beyond a shadow of a doubt, I know we can do it,” No Malice says. When I tell Pusha several weeks later, he agrees, adding it would be up to his brother. “It would be an amazing album,” Pusha says. “We could totally conquer the world.” (GQ)
The same week, Pusha called Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury the realest rap album ever.