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When it comes to making the best of a bad situation, few can compete with The Clipse. When former label Jive gave the Virginia Beach natives lemons, Malice and Pusha T rose to the occasion and then some, cooking up stark, paranoid audio crack in the form of ‘06 coke-rap classic Hell Hath No Fury.  In the three years since, things have grown considerably sweeter for the brothers Thornton—having found greener pastures at Columbia Records, the duo are preparing to make their triumphant return to record store shelves with third full-length Til the Casket Drops

On the hotly-anticipated album, Malice and Pusha will synthesize HHNF‘s darkness with the more positive-minded vibe of their ‘02 debut to create music that will both appeal to their hardcore fanbase and expand their mainstream reach.  Fueled by the success of Booth-approved singles “Kinda Like A Big Deal” (ft. Kanye), “I’m Good,” and “All Eyes On Me” (ft. Pharrell Williams & Keri Hilson), the long-awaited set is schedu

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