They are long-time friends of Ab-Liva (of Major Figgas).
Pusha T does not ghost write for Pharrell Williams, desite the rumors stating that he writes for him.
They released three albums Exclusive Audio Footage in 1999, Lord Willin in 2002, and Hell Hath No Fury in 2006.
The group is affiliated with multi-platinum production team The Neptunes.
They performed in a Reebok commercial for Allen Iverson's "Answer 5" basketball shoe.
They were signed to Elektra Records from 1997-1998. They signed to Arista Records from 2001-2004. They signed to Jive Records from 2004-2007.
In November 2007, Clipse officially announced the launch of their fashion line, Play Cloths.
Clipse is considered by many to be the most downloaded rap group of all time, as a result of their cult internet following.
Pusha-T's verses were excised from the version of "Popular Thug" that appears on The Neptunes Present...Clones album. He was replaced by Nas.
They are good friends with Pharrell Williams.
The Clipse logo was designed by Mister Cartoon.
Their associated acts are The Neptunes, Re-Up Gang, Rosco P. Coldchain, and Fam-Lay.
Their labels are Columbia, Star Trak, and Re-Up.
Prior to 2001, Pusha-T went by the name "Terrar," a simple play on his first name, Terrence.
Pusha T:(About their clothing line, "Play Cloths") It's based around the idea of when clothes were collectables. It represents youth and influence.
Malice: If lyric-driven hip-hop is dead and gone, then so am I. I can't change and do nothing else.
Malice: Pusha T had wrote his lyrics first. I had heard it, and heard where he went with it and knew immediately I had to step up.
Malice: I'm not gonna say we that much different than the next man, or that we that much better than the next man. But what we have is a perspective you don't hear. It's a Virginia perspective. It's lingo you don't hear, it's Virginia lingo...you've never heard it. I don't think Virginia's ever been exposed like this.
Pusha-T:(About Pharrell Williams) I'ma keep it all the way hood for AllHipHop.com, ya'll have to understand Pharrell is a rapper first. He was a rapper first, he was a native tongue rapper dude first. That's why the interior like fish eggs line comes out. He does a lot of wordplay trickery. That's not me writing none of that, that's all him. [laughs] And I'm putting pressure on him right now on AllHipHop.com that he is the best rapper/producer. Ain't nobody touching him, I'll put money on it.