G.O.O.D. Music rapper Kid Cudi landed his first major acting gig with a role on HBO's 'How to Make It in America' TV series, and for the show's second season, his fellow label mate Pusha T will join him on set.
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.
Despite a threat of thunderstorms, the Roots third annual picnic remained dry for all those who descended onto Philadelphia's Festival Pier at Penn's Landing on Saturday, June 5. As usual, the Roots set it off and led the way for the
The Clipse's Pusha T sat down with the Village Voice before the group's New York City run this week to discuss some of his childhood influences when it came to hip-hop. While Clipse hail from Virginia, the group's rhymes are often compared to some of New York's finest. Pusha and his brother Malice were
Play Cloths, the clothing line owned by Clipse members Pusha T and Malice, is showing some healthy growth and their next move is a big one: collaborating with Casio G-Shock for the limited edition watch. Entitled t
The Clipse recently addressed the rumors of Jay-Z throwing a shot at them on his record 'Thank You,' which was featured on his latest album, 'Blueprint 3.' The particular line in question, "Let us save you some trouble son/What size suit you is?/This way after t
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