Clipse End Hiatus, Confirm They Are Working On New Album With The Neptunes


After weeks of rumors and gossip, Clipse have confirmed exclusively through KarenCivil that they are indeed ending their hiatus. Further, they have already begun working on their first album together since 2009.

The confirmation of the duo’s decision to reunite comes just days after Pusha T made news for posting pictures of himself and The Neptunes in the studio to Instagram, sparking speculation of a soon-to-come sophomore album (a follow-up to 2013’s My Name Is My Name). KarenCivil is reporting however, that she and her sources have confirmed the images are in fact proof that Clipse is already back in the studio, thus ending their 3-year(ish) hiatus.

We posted rumors of a Clipse reunion as far back as early 2013, and behind-the-scenes we have been hearing about it for even longer, but to be honest I was not sure this day would ever come. We will continue to follow the efforts of Pusha T and No Malice as the album progresses, updating each time new information becomes available. Follow UTG on Twitter to ensure you never miss another headline.

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