The Clipse Sophomore Album Set For November Release
Having hit the mixtape circuit with a vengeance, crafting well received street bangers including the Clinton Sparks-assisted "I Got It 4 Cheap" series, the Virginia-bred duo of siblings Malice and Pusha T are finally ready to unleash a full length collection of their unique brand of narcotic laced poetry. The disc will be the brothers' first since their platinum-selling Lord Willing in 2002. The new date is a bit earlier than the December date that had been issued, news that is sure to be music to fans' ears.
"The moving up of the date is purely off the demand of the consumer and the Clipse fan," the duo said in a recent statement. "That's who we doing this for right now. This album is about the fans that kept us relevant. They've helped us carve out our path, and we're very prepared to go against the grain in putting out these releases. We had that confidence that not one conglomerate is gonna hold us back."
With VA beatsmiths The Neptunes handling the entire load of production duties on the record, Malice and Pusha are looking to make up for lost times with the disc and give fans a peek into their personal lives on wax. "The album is a documentary. This is the life of The Clipse, what we're going through, and us spillin' our guts, and letting the world know it ain't been all gravy with us. This album, if it says nothing else, says struggle. It represents struggle."
Hell Hath No Fury hits shelves on November 28 on Re-Up/Jive Records.