fans can finally begin the official countdown to the highly-anticipated sophomore
album from The Clipse, Hell Hath No Fury.The
Virginia-based pair will release the much-delayed project on Nov. 28, a date that
was prompted by Clipse supporters."The
moving up of the date is purely off the demand of the consumer and the Clipse
fan," said brothers Pusha T and Malice. "That's who we doing this for
right now. This album is about the fans that kept us relevant. They've helped
us carve out our path, and we're very prepared to go against the grain in putting
out these releases. We had that confidence that not one conglomerate is gonna
hold us back."Hell
Hath No Fury is the Clipse's official follow-up to their 2002 debut Lord Willin'.
Despite numerous delays and drama with their parent label Jive, the group released
their mixtape series, We Got It 4 Cheap."The
album is a documentary. This is the life of the Clipse, what we're going through,
and us spillin' our guts, and letting the world know it ain't been all gravy with
us," the group stated. "This album, if it says nothing else, says struggle.
It represents struggle."Although
the public won't hear the album until next month, Hell Hath No Fury has
already garnered critical acclaim. "We
just wanna be responsible for putting out the hip-hop that we andnour peers listen
to, and that's lyric-driven hip-hop," said the brothers. "We wanna be
known as the guys who brought a balance back to hip-hop in general."