Right around the time Lil Wayne's Dedication 5 dropped, Pusha T tweeted out a message that seemed to be directed at Wayne. “I think it’s safe to say, you really lost it…” read the Tweet, and was apparently clear enough for Young Money rapper Jae Mill
Terrence Thornton, better known as Pusha T, was one half of the group Clipse and enjoyed a ton of success in hip-hop in the early 2000s along with his brother Malice, who made up the other half of the duo.
On Friday, Pusha T dropped off the prelude to his highly anticipated album, King Push. Although acting as a warm-up album, Darkest Before Dawn is about as dope of an album as any rapper could wish for.
Pusha T is the latest rapper to speak at an elite university, as Harvard students were treated to a lecture from the GOOD Music President, followed by a 45-minute Q&A session, on Thursday (Mar. 31).
Before Pusha T revamped his career as a GOOD Music artist under Kanye's wing, before Malice found God and added a "No" in front of his name, before Pharrell got lucky, happy, and blurred some lines, there was Clipse.
Today marks the 22nd anniversary of O.J. Simpson's white Bronco police chase. O.J. is locked up now at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada for committing armed robbery. Even from behind bars, O.J.
13 years ago today, brothers Gene and Terrence Thornton released their debut album under the name Clipse. Lord Willin' was the first of two albums they'd release that were entirely produced by The Neptunes (they brought in some other names for 2009's
Pusha T has been in the game for quite some time, and he's basically had two lives as a rapper; first with his brother (No) Malice as part of the highly rated yet underground duo Clipse, and then, in present day, a second spurt as a solo artist under the G.O.O
Yesterday saw the return of No Malice, the artist formerly known as Malice, with a Holy Ghost-inspired track titled "Best Believe It." Thus, for today's weekly TBT track, we're revisiting some of the magic he concocted alongside his younger brother, current GO
Few other rappers have command of similes and metaphors like Pusha T. His ability to describe the same thing (selling drugs) in endless ways is one of the many reasons he’s among the best emcees doing it right now.
When's the last time you heard it like this? You may still bump Pusha T on the daily (No Malice too, no shade there), but there was something extremely special about the chemistry between Push and his brother No Malice.
Pusha T is well known for his drug dealing metaphors. The Virgina rapper, whose latest mixtape title is a cocaine pun in itself, has probably made more punchlines out of the white powder than his rival Wayne has with female genitalia.
Hip Hop on CNN? Yep, the Cable News Network decided to do a segment on the Thornton brothers, better known as The Clipse. Host Bill Weir went back to Virginia Beach with Pusha T and No Malice to reminiscence on their journeys in the music industry.
How do y'all feel about the collabo with Clipse?
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Give Freedom (Prod. By Sean C And Lv) a spin - it's a new offering from Clipse. It was dropped on Friday, December 11th, 2009. Clipse's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Freedom (Prod.