Ever since the Clipse broke up after Til The Casket Drops, it feels like there’s been a major gap in the rap game – especially for believable coke rappers. But watching this new Vice mini-documentary on Pusha T might shed some light on why that happened. In 2009 their manager was indicted for running a coke ring, leaving their last album mired in controversy.
In the above interview, Pusha talks about the rise of Clipse and how local drug dealers would break them off to perform “Grindin.” He even talks about an instance when Malice revealed that he knew Pusha wanted to go solo. Watch this dope video above.