Pusha T opens up about why The Clipse went dormant, where he stands with his brother, and whether they'll make another album.
For this week's VIBE Rewind, VIBE takes a look at Good Music member Pusha T's 2013 Lollapalooza performance. Pusha T, who formerly was in the group Clipse alongside his brother Malice, performs his classic hit Grindin' off of their debut album 'Lord Willin.' The Neptunes produced track had the crowd at Lollapalooza rocking side to side and rapping each lyric word for word. Check out the video above.
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It s clear that Pusha and No Malice s brotherly bond hasn t changed. They share few words on set, but they are seamless when it s time to work. It may be rare to see the boys stepping out as the Clipse these days, but one thing is clear: brotherly love is sacred. Mikey Fresh
Pusha T headlined SPIN's House of Vans showcase at South By Southwest last week, and the Virginia MC's set at the Mohawk easily ranked as one of the Best Things We Saw at SXSW 2014. Oh, were you not there to witness King Push's greatness? No worries you can catch a snippet of the performance via the above video. The just-shared clip features footage of Pusha tearing into 'Grindin',' a radio-friendly anthem taken from the Clipse's 2002 debut album Lord Willin'. Keep an eye out for Tyler, the Cr
VIBE caught up with Pusha T on the set of his latest music video 'Trust You' featuring Kevin Gates.
While on location at a penthouse in the Hollywood hills, Pusha discussed the concept of the video, giving his fans a new prospective on his upcoming LP 'My Name Is My Name,' and the next Clipse album.
Hip hop duo Clipse recruits Cam'ron for the assist in their latest video for Popular Demand (Popeyes).
Clipse rapper Pusha T romps around town with none other than Tyler, The Creator in the new video for Trouble On My Mind.
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The Norfolk, VA rapper says that it was Rick Ross who first put him in touch with Kanye and talks about what his brother, and fellow Clipse member, is working on now.
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Pusha T says it's time for the group to focus on the "music-business side of the game." (8.11.08)
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