No Malice of The Clipse gives his take on today’s rap game, while talking about their album “Til The Casket Drops”, and the anxious return of him and his brother Pusha T as a musical collective. Hit the jump.

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During an interview with MTV, No Malice once again is questioned about a future revival of the endowed hip-hop duo in The Clipse. He states he is “not chasing or forcing” a coalition with his brother, but isn’t scrapping the idea as whole. He goes on to discuss what would happen if the two did make a return:

“My brother and I together can make clown soup of all of these rappers. That’s what I believe in my heart, but how can two walk together unless they agree?”

No Malice also states that his father’s upbringing of him and his brother are reason to why there’s no pressure for the Clipse to respawn a comeback:

“That’s what I love about my brother and our relationship. Those morals that my dad instilled in us…We don’t put opinions on each other. We don’t say, ‘Well, you should be doing this.’ We’re like, ‘Whatever you do, homie, we respect each other as men.’”

He also reflects on how the duo’s last album did in hip-hop’s landscape and discussed where his headspace was at, during the time creating the album:

“I look at this as my album. That’s what I wanted to do for me, to get these things off my chest and make my exit… I didn’t think about the fans. I didn’t think about the listener. It was just how I was feeling. People tell me all the time that they can hear a transition on that album. And they really tell me that they heard that transition throughout my entire career of something taking place, but it just finally came to a head on this album.”

With Pusha T just being recognized at G.O.O.D Music’s President, what could that mean for a Clipse revival? Would Push even have time to reunite with his brother, despite having to run Kanye’s record label – not to mention his own current album status? Let us know what you think below!