It’s been nearly four years since the great Virginia rap duo Clipse released Till The Casket Drops, their last album. Since that time, Pusha T has gone onto something resembling solo stardom, signing to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint and delivering some very cold verses on some very big songs. Meanwhile, his brother and rapping partner Malice has gone a different route — going through a religious awakening, publishing a memoir, changing his name to No Malice. But the two Thornton brothers are still cool with each other, and they’ve now reunited on “Shame The Devil,” a reggae-edged track from No Malice’s forthcoming solo album Hear Ye Him. Pusha doesn’t rap much on the track, but he eases into that old chemistry and directly addresses the two different paths that the two brothers’ lives have taken. Listen below.
Hear Ye Him is out 8/18.