Thursday Dec 17 2015
In honor of Pusha T's Darkest Before Dawn release, this week's 'Feature'd Album of the Week' showcases Clipse, and their second studio album 'Hell Hath No Fury'. Released late in 2006, the project suffered numerous delays prior to release making it one of the most anticipated albums of the year. The material on Hell Hath No Fury was of a much darker tone than Clipse's debut album, with production led by the popular sound of The Neptunes. Due to the duo's problems with their record company, Jive, the album took on a more aggressive approach speaking on topics of drugs, lavish lifestyles, and women. In 2010, online music service Rhapsody called it one of the best 'coke rap' albums ever.
- Kevin Sanchez