News ·

Clipse Announce Solo LPs for 2010

While it's not clear where or when exactly this show took place, Clipse played a set last Friday (April 30). And during that set, which included "Popular Demand (Popeyes)," Pusha T and Malice apparently announced that they intend on releasing solo albums this year. Unfortunately, those are the only details available surrounding this news right now, but here goes some ol' fashioned predictions:

  • As Meka at 2DopeBoyz wrote, perhaps this will be packaged like Outkast's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below.
  • These won't drop in 2010.
  • Pusha T and Malice will drop solo mixtapes and not proper albums.

That's all I got for now. Hopefully these will actually come out, though I highly doubt we'll see them this year. Also, here's hoping they continue to branch out production-wise as they did on Til the Casket Drops, which, though disappointing on all fronts, was marred by weak production from the Neptunes. Let's keep DJ Khalil and Sean C & LV on board, Pusha and Malice, but drop Chad and Pharrell. They deserve a break anyway.

The National - D.A. Pennebaker To Direct National Concert Film Matt & Kim, Surfer Blood, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart Ted Leo, Matt & Kim to Headline Siren Fest
Sponsored Content
Tags
Clipse

How bout just drop Pharrell. He's the one that ruined a bunch of the songs by jumping all over them.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/thestorfer/1202393jpeg.jpeg andross

Yeah, but ... fine, "Popular Demand (Popeyes)" has a nice beat so maybe we can rely on Chad to do more stuff like that and what he brought to Mos Def's The Ecstatic.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/Andrew_Martin/me.jpg Andrew_Martin

Til The Casket Drops will grow on you, trust. I wasnt into much but found myself going back for more frequently. Door Man bangs out so hard. I do think it wouldnt hurt them to branch out and work with some other producers.

DJ Quik in particular would be a dream.

The Shipment

Find us on Facebook

Latest Comments

    Recommended