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Pusha T Reflects On The Impact Of Clipse’s ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ Album (VIDEO/POLL)

(AllHipHop News) Ten years ago the brother duo known as the Clipse released the critically acclaimed album Hell Hath No Fury. Many rap followers consider the LP the best project to come from Pusha T and Malice (now known as No Malice), and HHNF is often considered as one of the greatest Hip Hop albums of the 2000’s.

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With standout tracks like “Mr. Me Too” and “Keys Open Doors,” the 2006 collection is still cited a decade after its release. Pusha recently spoke with REVOLT about the impact of Clipse’s sophomore studio album.

“We made, to me, the best album of that year for sure,” said Push. “We dropped when Kingdom Come came out, all of that. It was a lot, but I feel like Hell Hath No Fury prevailed.”

The Virginia representative added, “A lot of pain, a lot of struggle, but they say that pain makes the best music. To me, still til this day, my favorite album.”

2006 featured numerous high-profile Hip Hop albums. Besides Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury and Jay Z’s Kingdom Come, other ’06 rap releases include J Dilla’s Donuts, T.I.’s King, Ghostface Killah’s Fishscale, The Roots’ Game Theory, OutKast’s Idlewild, Birdman & Lil Wayne’s Like Father Like Son, Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor, Nas’ Hip Hop Is Dead, and Mos Def’s True Magic.

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Watch Pusha T’s interview and take our poll below.

  • Fishscale, Jedimind or Roots

    • All Headz Realize

      You must be a Real HipHop Head too, huh? I totally agree with you! 1!

      • ZILLAMAN

        Hi-tek’s Hi-teknology 2 LP

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  • Dark Matters

    I don’t know, but Nasir’s “Hip Hop is Dead” was the best one that I heard that year.

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  • Markus

    There are a few candidates there but the Clipse isn’t one of them. Ghost,J.Dilla or The Roots can have that position before them.

  • Eli Pinilla

    Keys Open Doors!

    Hell Hath is a hands down classic. Especially in that era. Pusha was ahead of his time then and I think Malice still outshined him.

    • I was surprised how dope that album was and even more surprised that it didn’t get the attention it deserved at that time. But slowly, people are starting to see how dope it was overtime.

      • TheBlackItalian

        I never even heard it. Might have to check it out

      • mike h

        Pharrell touched this. Worth the listen.

  • Ced

    Lord Willin’ was a better album *shrugs*

  • 5789007

    That Lupe shit was fire.

    • TheBlackItalian


  • jeweliano

    Tough list but T.I’s King album stayed in heavy rotation more so than the others for me

    • King Kredible

      Urban Legend was better though.

      • jeweliano

        I agree. Trap Music was better than Urban Legend though.

  • ZUBU

    Nas, Ghost…. Then the rest of the list….

  • TheBlackItalian

    Food and Liquor was a dope fuckin album. Slept on.

  • King Kredible

    Donuts all day. I can’t believe Dilla can’t get the nod.

  • water_ur_seeds

    Its funny I cant stand Lupe’s music now, and havnt really listened to him since his first two albums, but I gotta go with that album, followed by JMT and then Dilla…