just when you thought the pusha t solo run was gaining so much (too much?) momentum, the clipse drop a video, just so you ain’t forget that they dropped a HEATER last year. “life change” wasn’t exactly my favorite song, as i would’ve much rather seen a video for “showing out,” but hey-i’ll take it. YUCGH.
this song was easily one of my favorites on till the casket drops. this one has lloyd on the hook and was the original version. guess they realized it was weak as shit (which it clearly is) and decided to stick with skateboard p instead. good call, but it’s worth checking out anyhow.
lawd save us all. i couldn’t decide which performance was better, and no shots at black thought, but this version of grindin’ (online exclusive, mind you) rules. clipse + the roots join forces and jam a classic for the crowd, and below the cut, thought spits his own 16 bars on a live version of “popular demand.”
this record is nasty. “freedom” is probably one of the best songs the group will ever write. pick up the album on december 8th and support the boys. up top is a clip from their homecoming show at howard university, and down under the cut is pusha and malice talking about the album for a bit.
clipse and the neptunes (who produced the track) got on some straight gangster shit for this one. hot damn. the video for this will be dropping next week. ’till the casket drops is shaping up to be ridiculous. december 8th ya’ll.
the 2dopeboyz (.com) got the chance to get a sneak peek of the album i’ve been waiting on all year. definitely jealous, and even more so after the fact that i cannot, for the life of me, go a few hours without bumping this joint at unacceptable volumes.
for anyone who has been feeling a bit underwhelmed by the new clipse material, it’s time for that foot to go in your mouth. this song is a hell hath no fury type of ill. with the neptunes behind the boards, killa cam, and the brothers thornton all goin’ off in their verses, i can’t imagine playing this song at any other volume than ’11.’
was definitely not expecting another clipse leak today. thanks to complex magazine, we now have the second single from the duo, featuring pharrell and production by the neptunes. artwork by kaws once again.
ya’ll are about to bump the shit out of this song.