Clipse talk about Miami, Rick Ross and they’re deaded beef with Lil Wayne and Birdman.
Pusha T has a solo mixtape coming sometime in 2010, and while talking to â€˜Kiss to try to get a guest appearance, he came up with the idea of him and Push doing an entire tape together. That joint mixtape is a ways away.
â€œI think Rick Ross was a fan of the song,â€ Malice said of their â€œI’m Goodâ€ co-star. â€œHe reached out. He was feeling the song, laid his verse to it, killed it. We had to go in and rewrite our verses and put it together.â€
â€œHis Internet game’s been really good, as far as shooting the videos and so forth,â€ Pusha added. â€œHe’s like, â€˜We gotta shoot this.’ He sorta showed us a bit of that side, how they was hustling a bit. [The video] came out dope. Very crazy. Very much so performance-based, Miami nightlife. Miami’s a movie in itself. When you got a hot record and that type of scenery around you and you in that type of company, just the whole performance side is the biggest thing. It’s a really good look.â€
Pusha and Malice also shot a video for Rick Ross’ â€œMaybach Music 2â€³ remix the same night. The track features Birdman, whom the Clipse have thrown some lyrical shots at in the past. The duo say they are done with any rivalry they had with Stunna and Lil Wayne, so they had no problem being on the same song as the Cash Money CEO.
â€œThat’s water under the bridge. That whole Cash Money/ Clipse thingy, it’s nothing,â€
Also, catch Clipse today for an exclusive meet and greet at Air Traffic Control on Miami Beach. Flyer below after the break…