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Tom Brady Thinks Pusha T’s ‘It’s Almost Dry’ Is Album of the Year

CAMBRIDGE, MA - MARCH 31: Rapper Pusha T speaks at Harvard University on March 31, 2016 at the Harvard-Yenching Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

Tom Brady posted a video on Twitter promoting his new apparel line.

Playing in the background was Pusha T’s Dreamin of the Past.

Pusha T saw it and wrote, wow, @TomBrady really listening to the rap album of the year? Check him out.

Tom replied, Album of the year! @Pusha_T

If the Grammy’s were today, who are you giving album of the year to?

In other Pusha T news…

Pusha T & Malice Reunite As Clipse At Pharrell’s Something In The Water Festival

Clipse reunited for their first performance in over a decade at Pharrell’sSomething In The Waterfestival in D.C. on Saturday (June 18).

The brothers hit the stage to perform “Like I Love You” with fellow special guest Justin Timberlake. The Virginia Beach duo stuck around to perform fan favorites from their own catalog, including “Mr. Me Too,” “Cot Damn” and “Grindin,’”

Pusha T took to Instagram after the show with several pictures of him and his brother on stage captioning the photos, “Want for your brother what u want for yourself,” and “‘Harold Melvin without the Bluenote, the past 10 years screaming UNO…then side step back into the DUO.’ 

Clipse‘s legendary run in the ’00s began with Neptunes-produced hit “Grindin'” and included three acclaimed albums and cult classic Re-Up Gang mixtapes. Malice (a.k.a. No Malice) left the group after Til the Casket Drops. His religious reawakening was chronicled in the 2016 documentary The End of Malice. Pusha T went solo under Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music.

What was your favorite Clipse album?



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