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Clipse’s Second Album Turns 10 Years Old & It’s Still A Major Key (Audio)

A little over four years after making their mainstream entry with 2002's Lord Willin', Clipse returned with Hell Hath No Fury, continuing their particular brand of religious imagery mixed with uncut street hustle. Years before Young Jeezy's "snowman" persona ruled the airwaves and while Rick Ross was just a couple... Read more

10 Years After a Classic, No Malice Loves & Distances Himself From Clipse’s Music (Video)

Come November, an album which helped to define the sound of a generation will be turning 10 years old. In 2006, Clipse released their second album, Hell Hath No Fury, home to singles "Mr. Me Too" and "Wamp Wamp (What It Do)." However, as time would tell, its true strength... Read more

Pusha T Says His Verses On The Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury Were A Bit Too Real (Video)

Montreality interviews are cool because they're often outside of the box. Hearing Pusha T talk about working as a parking attendant as a teenager, or buying his mother a Jaguar before the first record deal may bring a smile, but when Pusha Ton's eyes light up about the level of... Read more