G.O.O.D. Music MC Pusha T says he's still part of the sibling duo The Clipse, despite his solo success -- and his brother Malice's new religion.
The rapper recently confirmed to XXL Magazine that while he and Malice are no longer signed to a record label, they do have a new project in the works.
"We got a new Clipse album coming too so ya’ll gonna see in a minute," said Pusha T. "I'm not sure what we're going to put that out through."
The Clipse were previously signed to Jive and Columbia Records before becoming independent. Then in 2010, Malice became a Christian and wrote the book "Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked" leaving many rap fans wondering if the pair's music will be the same gritty drug rap.
"The Clipse dynamic has always been what it is, Malice has always been the one to dig a little bit deeper and show a little bit more perspective in the verses, regardless of whatever he’s talking about," said Pusha T. "So I don’t think that’s gonna change much."
The Virginia MC released his solo mixture "Fear Of God" via Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music imprint this week.