After being pushed back numerous times by their label Jive Records, the album, titled Hell Hath No Fury, is definitely worth the wait.
"We growing up. We might do a whole conscious album next time," Pusha T joked.
With songs like "Chinese New Year" and "We Got It 4 Cheap," they definitely haven't completely gotten the old Clipse out of their blood. There's talk of gun claps and slangin' coke between the aforementioned songs, but then again, this is the Clipse.
"My favorite songs on Hell Hath No Fury are 'Keys Open Doors' and 'We Got It 4 Cheap' because they're so, so street and everybody knows The Clipse are just so, so street," the Clipse's Malice told BallerStatus.com.
With a distinctive street sound, the album is creative and believable. There's even a song entitled "Nightmares," featuring Bilal, that has a Curtis Mayfield/Superfly vibe. Pusha T described the song as a hustler's paranoia, which is the case, however, the song is so smooth that even non-hustlers can appreciate it.
Pusha T sums up Hell Hath No Fury as "bringing back East Coast boom-bap" or a "throwback to the mid-nineties," while Malice says, "We're way more confident; way more cocky, so we're going at it. We ain't playing no games."
Hell Hath No Fury is slated for release November 28.