Pusha T and Malice of Clipse attend the Clipse Til The Casket Drops album release party at Pink Elephant on December 9, 2009 in New York City

Pusha T Confirms First Clipse Performance Since 2010

Pusha T Confirms First Clipse Performance Since 2010

Published Thu, June 16, 2022 at 9:00 PM EDT

Clipse are taking the stage together for the first time in over a decade. Pusha T announced via his Instagram account that he and his brother No Malice are taking the stage for a surprise show. Clipse will be hitting the festival stage at Pharrell's Something In The Water Festival. The duo is slated to perform on Sunday (June 19). The lineup was previously announced and Push made it official.


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Pusha T and No Malice last performed as Clipse shortly after the release of their final album ‘Till The Casket Drops in 2009. Pusha has revealed that he's not a fan of that album; he also talked about Pharrell's impact on his career. Back in March, Pusha shared a story about Pharrell criticizing his original "Hear Me Clearly" performance."

“I was devastated. He then flew me to Miami and proceeded to produce the first half of the best album of the year. Moral of the story…always push your friends to be greater, even when they’re the greatest.”

Something In The Water kicks off Friday, June 17. The second annual festival will take place over Juneteenth weekend (June 17-19) in Washington, D.C. Superstar guests will be joining festival creator Pharrell Williams; including Clipse, Justin Timberlake, Q-Tip, N.O.R.E. and SZA. There will also be sets by Anderson.Paak, 21 Savage, bLAck pARty and J Balvin, with a press release promising other surprise guests. The festival will be streamed by Amazon Music on June 17 through the Amazon Music Channel on Twitch and Prime Video, featuring multiple channels of content broadcasting a variety of acts.

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