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Had Clipse made a concerted attempt to outstrip Hell Hath No Fury, Til the Casket Drops would have likely come out sounding like self-parody. The Thorntons’ previous set was so cold, lean, and efficient, the product of the circumstances under which it was made, that it is impossible to imagine an album of identical makeup trumping it. So, for the most part, Pusha T and Malice approached their third album — their first for Columbia — as a reflection of where they were at when they recorded it. And while nine of its 13 tracks were produced by the Neptunes, who were operating at the top of their game throughout Hell Hath No Fury, the beats here are busier, fuller-sounding, and they mingle well with the productions that come from DJ Khalil and Sean C & LV. In order to be heard over these relatively large-scale productions, the Thorntons often break from the distanced ferocity for which they’ve been known and sound more human without dulling their blades. There’s plenty of dazzling wordplay related to coke dealing and showing off, but the album carries a more redemptive tone and a higher level of self-awareness, put on display from the beginning of the opening “Freedom”: “My pen’s been the poison to family and friendships/Now is the time to mend s**t, time to bring closure to/The clear conscience of Pusha is long overdue.” Further evidence that they’ve turned a corner comes on “Champion”: “I thought that life was a bad bitch, bad car/Life is with your kids, watching Madagascar.” That they’re able open up without coming off the least bit soft makes the album, in its own way, as much of a triumph as Hell Hath No Fury.

Reseñas de clientes

the worst of clipse is still pretty damn good

pretty much there is no question that this is not as good as lord willin, hell hath no fury, any of the we got it 4 cheap mixtapes, or even the road til the casket drops mixtape. every song is close to bein a clipse classic, but not quite there. still a good album tho, worth grabbin a copy of.

Great Work!!!!

Real Hip Hop solid alblum top to bottom great beats and The Clipse always deliver amazing lyrics. My complaint is that this took so long to drop and there wasnt much advertisement for it Gucci Manes alblum is everywhere but is nowhere close to as good as this; this is another classic alblum from The Clipse a mandatory purchase for true Hip Hopers!!!!!


The album front to back flows so perfectly. Freedom into Popular Demand, Kinda Like A Big Deal, Showin' Out.. amazing

Few Negatives:
- 2 beats are eh compared to the rest (Eyes On Me and Footsteps)
- Artwork is bland and not very Clipse worthy.
- Where is the I'm Good (Remix) Ft. Rick Ross?


Fecha de formación: Virginia Beach, VA, 1992

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Desde Virginia, Clipse –los hermanos Pusha T y Malice– fueron uno de los primeros artistas que se asociaron con The Neptunes. Pharrell Williams, de The Neptunes, conoció al dúo a principios de los 90, quedó muy impresionado con su talento, y decidió ayudarlos a conseguir actuaciones. A pesar de que un primer simple fracasó, volvieron a surgir en un nuevo sello y en 2002 finalmente editaron Lord Willin. Debido a la fuerza de "Grindin'" el álbum llegó al Top Ten y...
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