Year He Turned 30: 2007

Number of Albums Released at the Time: 2 (With Clipse)

Pusha T was still making strides with his brother Malice, years before his name was changed to No Malice. Clipse released their second album, Hell Hath No Fury, that featured the edgy production styles of the Neptunes. The LP came four years after their critically acclaimed debut, Lord Willin', but proved to be worth the wait, again, receiving extremely favorable reviews.

One of its tracks, “Mr. Me Too,” contained subliminal jabs at Lil Wayne for wearing BAPE. These lines marked the beginning of Pusha and Wayne's beef that still hasn't fizzled out, to this day.

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