Pusha T’s Sessions With The Neptunes Is Actually A Reunion For The Clipse?

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Late last week, AFH reported that Pusha T was back in the lab with his mentors Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo. As The Neptunes, P and Chad had been working with Pusha Ton since the late ’90s, during The Clipse’s first (shelved) LP. Well, Karen Civil, a woman in the know, reports that these sessions also include No Malice. In other words, The Clipse are reuniting.


Sure, Pusha appeared on No Malice’s Hear Ye Him last year. However, the brothers from Virginia Beach have not made an album since 2009’s Til’ The Casket Drops. The more established half of the Re-Up Gang has long been tied up by Arista/Jive Records paperwork (Outkast can relate). K.C. says that this material is independent. Exciting news for Star Trak purists…

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