Yes. That’s what’s going on right now. They’re grinding-literally.
If you miss that certain something-that sound distinctly belonging to that group that came out of nowhere with their 2002 debut “Lord Willin’” with a sound like nobody can imitate—look no more.
That futuristic beat laced with the sound of [what you would imagine an eclipse would sound like, and like only Eclipse and the Neptunes could give us] is about to be heard again.
Pusha T officially confirmed that he is indeed in the studio working with ‘Malice,’ on a new Clipse album with non-other than the man behind it all: Pharrell Williams.
I can hear you making the sounds of their beats right now in your head, right through your teeth.
I know. It was contagious.
I’m doing it too-as I write this blog write up.
Pusha T posted on page and provided a link to another story online speculating that a reunion was near stating: “Pusha T made news recently after posting pictures of The Neptunes in the studio to Instagram, sparking speculation of a soon-to-come sophomore album. However, it has been confirmed that the photos are evidence of the Clipse, comprised of brothers Pusha T and No Malice, hard at work on an untitled independent project, ending a three-year hiatus.”
Well. Next, he then confirmed [that passage] by merely posting [in his own words]:
“Clipse is working on a new album.”
The last Clipse album was released in 2009 called ” ‘Til the Casket Drops”
Together, we haven’t heard from Malice + Pusha T (together, as “Clipse”) since then.
As you know, in October 2013 Pusha T released: “My Name is My Name” which featured guest appearances from Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Kendrick Lamar.
While still in the studio with Malice and working on Clipse’s album, the solo album he is working on-he is doing so with Pharrell and Chad Hugo (of the “The Neptunes”).
Thus far, the album is tentatively called “King Push” (which is also a track title on “My Name is My Name”).
It looks like 2014 is going to be The Neptunes and Clipse’s year.
That total eclipse of the art was long overdue and I think we can all agree with that.
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