Every Clipse fan knows how it feels to have their emotions played. The long-awaited new album from brothers Pusha-T and No Malice doesn’t seem to be coming to fruition anytime soon. However, there was never truly a clear explanation as to why. Why wouldn’t two brothers that started a movement in their prime decline to make something the fans would eat up for another decade?
CNN Tonight’s Bill Weir focused his segment on The Clipse and how they came up from rapping about drug dealing to becoming hip-hop icons. No Malice and Pusha discuss their come-up in Virginia Beach, speak on why No Malice wouldn’t to record another album or even go on tour, and plenty more. It’s a great to get a side-by-side comparison of where both of their heads are at when it comes to the game, since both dropped solo projects last year. Watch the episode in full here.