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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