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Feb 2013


UPDATE: Fixed title since No Malice was not involved in this announcement.

Pusha T announces (in the video below) that a new Clipse album is on the way. The Clipse new album will be titled 'As God As My Witness'. The album will serve as Pusha T's and No Malice’s fifth together, and the first since 2009′s 'Til the Casket Drops'.

Pusha T comments:
When it comes to Clipse, that’s a special brand to me. Me and Malice talk about doing a Clipse album. I’m not into toying around with that, just dropping records that ain’t related to an album; we owe our fans something super special. So when it’s time to do that, we’re just going to zone in and focus in on that… I know the title of it is going to be ‘As God As My Witness.’ I just think it’s fitting, I mean, come on. [Laughs]




Last week AllHipHop.com posted about the possibility of the Clipse doing a new album, where Chad Horton (co-owner of Rapzilla.com) commented in the article:
“highly unlikely” and his retort is rooted in Bible scripture.

Horton quotes portions of Ephesians 7-21. “It says, ‘Therefore do not become partners with them; for at one time you were darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.”

Horton continues, “So it may be possible for No Malice to do another Clipse album with his brother, but would fans want to hear No Malice dropping bars that are contrary to everything that Pusha-T is spitting? Some yes, most no. There can definitely be some guest spots on each others albums or maybe even a final EP, but a whole album of Cain & Abel? That would be a hard sell.”


Do you think that No Malice as a Christian can do a whole project with his brother Pusha T that is a non believer?
 

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