Pusha T is about to embark on his first solo journey with his upcoming LP My Name Is My Name, but the Virginia MC hasn’t closed the door on a Clipse reunion.
The duo, which includes Push and his brother No Malice (formerly known as just Malice), dropped their third album, Til the Casket Drops, back in 2009, and though they have gone their separate ways, fans will eventually get As God as My Witness, the group’s fourth LP.
“When it comes to the Clipse, that’s a special brand to me. Me and Malice talk about doing a Clipse album,” Push told MTV News on the set of his “Doesn’t Matter” video last week.
The G.O.O.D. Music rhyme dealer didn’t give a timeframe on when the album would drop, but he and his brother are taking the recording process very seriously. “I’m not into toyin’ around with that, like just dropping records that ain’t related to an album,” he said. “We owe our fans something super special, so when it’s time to do that, we just gonna zone in and focus in on that.”
Currently, Push is busy promoting Wrath of Caine, his latest mixtape. For “Doesn’t Matter,” he and guest rapper French Montana shot the upcoming music video in Brooklyn, despite the frigid winter temperatures. “Look, man, the weather … you know it’s cold out here, so we just gotta be focused, and the record’s dope, so I don’t think it’s that hard [to shoot],” Pusha said.
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