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10 Hip-Hop Songs That Bite 2Pac’s “All Eyez On Me” Title

The Clipse Show and Prove May 2002
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Happy Birthday, Pusha T! Read Clipse’s Show & Prove From the XXL May 2002 Issue

Ed Note: Today, May 13, is Pusha T's 38th birthday. Born Terrence Thornton, Pusha made his way into hip-hop in 1992 when he and older brother, Gene "No Malice" Thornton, formed the duo Clipse...

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Pusha T Calls BAPE the Greatest Streetwear Brand of All Time

Last week, BAPE celebrated their 10-year anniversary with a star-studded event that concluded with a performance from G.O.O.D. Music rapper and BAPE supporter, Pusha T...

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Here’s The Trailer For No Malice’s Upcoming Documentary

Though the hopes of a new Clipse album are all but dashed, No Malice is still doing his thing. He has released a trailer for his upcoming documentary, The End of Malice, which outlines his path of righteousness, and features guest appearances from two of his closest comrades; Pharrell Williams, and his brother, Pusha T...

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XXL’s Labor Day Playlist: A Dedication To The Hustle

As Labor Day is among us and the summer is coming to a close, it's time to pull out the grill one last time. We know celebrating this holiday is certainly a bitter-sweet feeling, so XXL thought it would be an appropriate time to boost the spirits of those returning to the grind...

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Why: Born with the first name Terrence, Pusha switched from Terror to Pusha Ton (Pusha T) as a reference to his coke dealing lyrics.
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Pusha T Wants ‘King Push’ To Be The Album Of The Year

Pusha T has never been one afraid to make a statement. From his days as one half of Clipse, up until today, Pusha has been known to be one to speak his mind...

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Two heads are often better than one, no matter what realm you're talking about; Michael Jordan might have grabbed only a couple of his six rings without Scottie Pippen; Kobe Bryant would probably have a pair less, too, were it not for Shaq. And with one of the all-time great rapping duos ever making their triumphant return at Coachella last weekend—and making a second pass at it this weekend, too—XXL got to thinking about the greatest duos of all time. But we wanted to make sure everyone was competing on a level playing field, so we focused on duos that were from the two-rapper setup, rather than the rapper-producer combo. This excludes many of our favorites—Eric B. and Rakim, Gang Starr, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Madvillain, even newcomers like Macklemore & Ryan Lewis—but we'll get to them later (and before anyone says anything, Public Enemy was more than just Chuck D and Flavor Flav). Without further ado, here are XXL's ten best rapper duos of all time. Let the debates begin. XXL Staff with Jordan Lebeau
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The 10 Greatest Rap Duos Of All Time

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No Malice Emphatically Confirms It’s A Wrap For The Clipse

It's officially a wrap for one of the most beloved duos in hip-hop, the Clipse. The writing has been on the wall for some time now, beginning with the point where the elder Thornton brother changed his name to No Malice and started making Christian music...

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The Rise Of Pharrell: Mapping The Career Of The Summer’s Biggest Hit-Maker

"Someone asked me this a while ago, what inspires me, and I always say, 'that which is missing.'" Pharrell Williams said those words in response to a question from New York Magazine's Nitsuh Abebe back in a June during an interview centered on the producer/songwriter/rapper/fashion designer's recent emergence as 2013's summer It Man-Boy...

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15 Most Essential Clipse Songs

A hustler's spirit was always in hip-hop's original coke boys Gene “No Malice” and Terrace “Pusha T” Thornton. As teenagers, the pair were vocal about their drug dealing past and dividends...

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