Pusha T says he’s “pressing” No Malice for another Clipse album
Pusha T has revealed that he’s been “pressing” his brother No Malice to make another Clipse album.
In a recent Hot 97 interview, Pusha T spoke about his forthcoming album It’s Almost Dry, and also spoke about working with his brother and Clipse member No Malice.
Discussing working with him on Nigo’s “Punch Bowl”, Pusha T said, “First of all, just being in the studio with him was amazing. Already from “Punch Bowl”, everybody was like, ‘I told y’all his brother was better than him!’ Like, that’s all the conversation is. It’s cool man, it’s cool! And when y’all hear this other verse, it’s crazy! Like, it’s so good. I’m glad we got in to do those two.”
He added, “You know me, I’m pressing for an album. I’m pressing. I mean, he’s just chilling. He’s not pressing. I do have the like, ‘Little brother, I can ask you to do things’ thing. So, that’s how I got these. And it just made sense, you know, the Nigo thing. He was there. I was particular about that [being credited as Clipse] ’cause I wanted it to say ‘Clipse,’ let’s start…I just wanted him to see that.”
It’s Almost Dry will feature Pusha T’s recent Jay-Z collaboration “Neck & Wrist” and February’s “Diet Coke”.
Pusha T is yet to share more details about his It’s Almost Dry album.