Til the Casket Drops With the label troubles that helped inspire 2006's unremittingly bleak Hell Hath No Fury behind them at last, Clipse face the challenge of following up… Til the Casket Drops With the label troubles that helped inspire 2006's unremittingly bleak Hell Hath No Fury behind them at last, Clipse face the challenge of following up… 2009-12-08 Clipse Hip-Hop/Rap
Music Review

Til the Casket Drops (2009)

EW's GRADE
A-

Details Release Date: Dec 08, 2009; Lead Performance: Clipse; Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

With the label troubles that helped inspire 2006's unremittingly bleak Hell Hath No Fury behind them at last, Clipse face the challenge of following up that masterpiece. After Fury, it's almost shocking to hear Pusha T and Malice rapping over cheerful beats and catchy R&B hooks. Yet the brothers' wickedly sharp wordplay remains largely intact despite their mellowed moods. Til the Casket Drops might not be quite as spellbinding as their last one, but they're still operating on a level of cleverness that few of their peers can match. A-

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Originally posted Dec 04, 2009 Published in issue #1079-1080 Dec 11, 2009 Order article reprints