Pusha T piqued the music world’s interest when he announced that he was headed to the studio with The Neptunes for 20 days. It appeared the sessions were for Pusha’s next solo project, tentatively titled King Push, but KarenCivil.com is reporting that G.O.O.D. Music rapper is actually reuniting with his brother, No Malice, to release a new Clipse album.
The site claims to have confirmation that the Virginia duo is reconnecting for their first project since 2009 "s Til the Casket Drops. The Clipse also previously released Lord Willin’ and Hell Hath No Fury. All three albums featured production from The Neptunes’ Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo. Their upcoming album is to be released independently.
This comes as a surprise considering Pusha told the BBC late last year that his brother was not interested in getting back together as the Clipse. No Malice also expressed that they were on two different musical paths in a Vibe interview in June. Apparently, the two rappers have worked out their musical differences and will drop a new project in the near future.