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Review of Hell Hath No Fury

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The second Clipse album has been in label purgatory, but four years after Lord Willin’ made the Virginia Beach duo and the Neptunes household names, Pusha T and Malice return with a seriously fun record. The rhymes are easy-flowing and the Neptunes’ sound rejuvenated after an off year. “Trill” is a wall of cacophonous synths that requires multiple listens to fully digest its dissonant brilliance, and “Wamp Wamp” channels the Spanish Harlem vibe of N.O.R.E. The Neptunes take advantage of having such talented MCs by bringing some off-the-wall beats, like the harp action in “Ride Around Shining” or the eerie sci-fi beat of “Mr. Me Too.”

9/10
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