It’s the 10 anniversary of Clipse‘s indisputable classic album, Hell Hath No Fury, but the group is no more. However, in a recent interview, No Malice cracks the door open on hope that he and his brother Pusha T will properly reunite for a new album.
GQ spoke to both of the Thornton brothers about their sophomore album. Of course, the question always comes about whether or not they plan to get back together as Clipse. Just a couple of years ago, No Malice said there wouldn’t be a new Clipse album, period.
However, he seems to have changed his stance.
“Beyond a shadow of a doubt, I know we can do it,” No Malice told GQ.
Push A Ton also concurred. “It would be an amazing album,” he said. “We could totally conquer the world.”
Fellas, let’s make this happen, for the culture.
Read the full story, with plenty of jewels about the making of Hell Hath No Fury, right here.
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