Friday, August 15, 2008

Clipse / NY Times

Onstage, Pusha T of Clipse is part nostril-flaring snarl, part wild-eyed abandon, part lip-licking anticipation. Though he’s a highly technical rapper, he never appears to be thinking too hard; instead, each complicated rhyme arrives with force and determination. More so than most young rappers, and certainly more so than most veterans, he raps as if he still has something to prove. (continue at