Pusha T’s ‘Fear of God’ Out September 14
In late April, Clipse — brothers Pusha T and Malice — revealed plans to release solo projects in the upcoming year, and it seems like Pusha T will be the first sibling to follow-through on that promise.
On Monday (July 12) MissInfo premiered Pusha T’s new track ‘Bidding War’ — a freestyle over Jay Electronica‘s ‘The Ghost of Christopher Wallace’ — to announce the arrival of his new mixtape, ‘Fear of God,’ on September 14.
Pusha T will release the street album on the same day that Kanye West and his fellow G.O.O.D. Music signees, Kid Cudi, Consequence and Big Sean will release their respective albums. The upcoming mixtape is reportedly set to feature production from West along with all original verses, making it worthy of joining ranks with the highly-anticipated G.O.O.D. Music drop date.
In May, rumors began to circulate that Clipse’s second half, Malice, was in talks with Roc Nation to ink a deal for a solo album but the Virginia rapper refused to spill the beans. “I didn’t even know [the deal] got off the ground,” Malice told Brooklyn Bodega. “I’m not even talking about that…I would tell you. When we’re ready, we’ll talk about that.”
The Clipse released their last album, ‘Till the Casket Drops,’ in 2009.