Hell Hath No Fury

Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury
Critic Score
Based on 17 reviews
2006 Ratings: #3 / 639
User Score
Based on 257 ratings
2006 Ratings: #4
November 28, 2006 / Release Date
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Inglume
95
[SJO Counter: 6]

HELL YES! NOW THIS IS WHAT I’M TALKING BOUT!

Hell Hath No Fury is definitely one of the best southern hip hop albums of all time, and it’s one of my all-time favorite hip hop albums too! It’s a shame I haven’t had the chance to actually listen to some of these older projects earlier, and hear more of Pusha T from this time, cause he’s definitely grown to be one of my favorite rappers at this point.

This album is consistent as fuck! It’s ... read more
Toasterqueen12
87
Number: 6

THIS SLAPS. THIS SLAPS HARD. Every problem I had with Daytona is gone here leaving nothing but PURE ENERGY. Like a flaming star made of CRACK!
KIDWITHGUNs
84
SOLID!

Why does this sound like it came from the 2000's?

Oh, that's because it WAS from the 2000's. This truly feels like a record spawned from the caves of rap a decade ago, probably the only thing holding it back from me are the dated instrumentals and those references.

That's not really the appeal of the project, rather those bombastic beats and the fresh-ass flows infested with the tracklist. Give this a listen, do the right damn thing

VIBES - °I'M A KINGPIN SELLING DRUGS FOR ... read more
WhatTheFunk
98
It's time to talk about one of the best southern hip-hop albums of all time: Clipse's "Hell Hath No Fury". The Clipse is a duo of two brothers, Pusha T and Malice, two guys from Virginia who were lucky the day their path crossed that of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, producers of Neptunes. Thanks to the experiments of the two famous producers, what could have sounded like ordinary southern hardcore rap is transformed into formidable hip-hop with minimal productions and emaciated ... read more
Kanye
93
Pharrell's production is FLAWLESS and Pusha is NEARLY FLAWLESS, I mean their are a few missteps but its just a genuinely funny and smart record. I kinda want to give it the 100 but like I haven't liked it long enough to know if it holds up in my mind
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Track List

  1. We Got It for Cheap (Intro)
  2. Momma I'm So Sorry
  3. Mr. Me Too
  4. Wamp Wamp (What It Do)
  5. Ride Around Shining
  6. Dirty Money
  7. Hello New World
  8. Keys Open Doors
  9. Ain't Cha
  10. Trill
  11. Chinese New Year
  12. Nightmares
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