On the tenth anniversary of their Clipse album Hell Hath No Fury, Tyler, The Creator gave Pusha T and No Malice flowers.
The Golf Wang CEO praised the brothers for their ground-breaking third record, which was revealed on November 28, 2006, on Twitter on Tuesday, November 29.
“Important. Life for me is before and after I have seen this video in 06,” Tyler wrote alongside a clip from the duo’s signature “Mr. Me Too” video. “NOTHING compares. when I heard it I told myself this would be the first song I play in every car I get and I haven’t broken that.”
See Tyler’s tribute to The Clipse below:
The Neptunes’ solely produced album, Hell Hath No Fury, debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard 200 and sold 80,000 copies in its first week. One of the top albums of the 2000s is frequently cited as being this one.
Malice left the group after the release of their next album Til the Casket Drops to follow a more spiritual path, and Pusha T started a successful solo career under Kanye West‘s G.O.O.D Music label before most recently making a comeback with his critically acclaimed It’s Almost Dry project earlier this year.
However, Pusha T and Malice just got back together in Washington, D.C. for Pharrell’s Something In The Water concert. over the summer and played several fan favorites, such as “Mr. “Grindin,” “Cot Damn,” and “Me Too.”
Following the performance, Pusha T celebrated the long-overdue reunion on Instagram. In a caption accompanying images of the event, he wrote, “Want for your brother what u want for yourself.” “Harold Melvin without the Bluenote has been screaming UNO for the past ten years…then sidestep back into the DUO,” said Self.
Before the performance, Push and Malice were seen celebrating their reunion backstage with a beaming Justin Timberlake.
“It’s fantastic. We have reconnected! We resemble an Oreo cookie, as you can see! joked Timberlake. “Man, I’m excited about it. Hey, what do you think is crazy? You two haven’t performed on stage together in ten years, but it’s been 20 years since we performed our joint, which we only did once. All kinds of history are present.
At the festival, Tyler, The Creator also made an appearance and took a moment to name his pal Pharrell one of the G.O.A.T.s.
He began, “Trying to be all, ‘Ooooh,’ down to earth, n-gga stop it! “You are the most outstanding person ever. If n-ggas want to talk numbers, the numbers also speak for themselves, regardless of the creativity or implementation.
I love you, I’m forever indebted to you, I’m forever in debt to you, and I appreciate you for being here, he continued. And thank you for praising this man for organizing everything. We value your help.