Two of the Clipse biggest pending projects are one step closer to coming to fruition, the brothers announced today.
First up will the be long-awaited release of their new clothing line, Play Cloths, which is set to hit stores on Friday (November 21).
The new clothing line, which was originally announced in December of last year and slated for a summer release, is said to be a blend of American style, with the French Riviera and Monte Carlo uses of rich, vibrant primary colors to create collectible garments.
Play Cloths was created with the help of designer Doug Life, and as Malice puts it, is all about trying to recreate the whole feeling of trying to get that fly s**t.
The Clipse have also revealed a tentative date for their Columbia Records debut.
Til The Casket Drops, which will be released as a collaborative effort between the groups Re-Up Gang Records imprint and their latest label home, is scheduled for a March 2009 release.
The album is reported to feature production from Timbaland, Danja, Dame Grease and Kanye West, as well as contributions from Diddys production team The Hitmen.
In the meantime, Pusha and Malice will debut a new mixtape for their eager fans.
The project, entitled Road To Til The Casket Drops will be available as a free download on December 1st.
It will be The Clipses first mixtape release in a year.