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Editors’ Notes

Though it lacks the steely focus of Hell Hath No Fury, Til the Casket Drops captures one of hip-hop’s most formidable duos in a moment of transition. For the first time, Clipse collaborate with producers outside of the Neptunes, their longstanding production team, and the risk pays off: DJ Khalil & Chin triumph with the taut, dirty riff of “Kinda Like a Big Deal” and the ghetto reggae of “There Was a Murder,” both of which inspire sharp rhymes and renewed energy. Clipse’s criminal flows just aren’t cut out for the club, but the Neptunes still manage to give Clipse a classic track in the form of “Popular Demand (Popeyes),” a halftime stomp that invites a verse from Cam’ron, whose verbal precision is well-suited to Clipse’s style. Til the Casket Drops isn’t a drug-dealer manifesto on par with the first two Clipse albums, but the final song “Life Change” suggests the group is ready to move beyond crack rap altogether: “Wasted so much time stuntin’ for folk / When really the whole time I was stuntin’ my growth / A message to the youth, what I’m offering is hope / Now something’s gotta change, I’m at the end of my rope.”

Customer Reviews

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?


Formed: 1992 in Virginia Beach, VA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hailing from Virginia, Clipse — brothers Pusha T and Malice — were one of the first artists to associate with the Neptunes. The Neptunes' Pharrell Williams first met the brothers in the early '90s, was very impressed by their talents, and decided to help them get a gig. After he hooked them up with the Elektra label, an early single flopped and the group seemed done, even though an album's worth of material had been recorded. Williams was not discouraged and continued to hype the group...
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