Pusha T Hopes To Make More Music With No Malice
After receiving critical acclaim over his debut album My Name is My Name, Pusha T has leapfrogged his peers and has the streets buzzing for his next project King Push. He sat down with Larry King recently, and touched on why despite his solo success, that The Clipse is still intact and will never break up.
“The Clipse will never break up because we’re brothers. Ever,” Pusha said.
The two brothers have forged numerous bangers, like “Grindin” and “When’s The Last Time.” The group also created the musical opus Hell Hath No Fury.
Pusha’s brother, No Malice, opted to step away from music for spiritual purposes. Pusha elaborated on this new found spirituality.
“You know, my brother, took a turn in his spirituality…I don’t like to say he found religion because he’s always been religious. But he’s just very convicted, very dedicated, he said.”
Pusha also remains optimistic about a possible return to the booth for him and his brother, No Malice.
“I would hope so,” Pusha answered when asked about a possible return musically for the group.
The last time the group dropped an album was Till The Casket Drops, which was 2009. You can watch the videos below.—Carl Lamarre
[via Larry King]