Brooklyn Bodega caught up with Malice following Clipse’s chest thumping performance in NYC’s Highline Ballroom. Read on as we discuss the duo’s southern roots, their rumored association with Roc Nation, passport holders, and upcoming solo albums for Malice and Pusha T.
BB: Thats whats up. Where is the Clipse going next? Coming off Lord Willin‘ to Hell Hath No Fury to Til The Casket Drops, what’s next for the Clipse?
Malice: As most people know, we’re looking into doing our own solo albums. There are different sides to the Clipse. And you know, when we come together as Clipse we have to honor that brand and what the people know us for. Everybody has more than one side, you know what I’m saying? I think I let people in on my spiritual side a lot as of lately. You can go to www.MaliceOfTheClipse.com and check out my video blogs. I have a book coming out as well called Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked. My brother and I are going to do solo albums. Ab Liva’s going to do his solo. We’re going to come back together and do more Clipse albums and just expand as much as we can until the fans get tired of us.