Pusha T Says He’s “Pressing” For An Official Clipse Reunion
The legendary Hip Hop duo, Clipse, comprised of Gene “No Malice” and Terrence “Pusha T” Thornton, hit the scene with their 2002 hit, “Grindin.'” The brothers released three studio albums before venturing off to pursue other goals.
Now fans and Pusha T, want the Virginia natives to reconnect for another collaboration after appearing on Pusha’s “I Pray for You” from his album, It’s Almost Dry.
Pusha T addressed the reunion topic at ComplexCon in 2022.
I’m not sure, but I’m pressing it. I’m pressing it. But I’m glad you were there and I’m glad that you saw it. Because a lot of people think that I don’t be pressing the issue.
While Pusha waits on No Malice to come back to the mic, he’s ready to release a new Gangsta Grillz mixtape with DJ Drama.
Pusha also said,
I just feel like to me, the Gangsta Grillz and the whole mixtape culture and scene is what I’m about. That’s the purest form of Hip Hop to me,
Pusha T told Complex.
I want to merge those worlds and see what happens.