Label: Re-Up, Star Trak, Jive

The glamorous, gloating, dark side of Clipse was exemplified on Hell Hath No Fury, their second album, which was released after much delay. Their drama with Jive lead Malice and Pusha into one of the meanest lyrical displays throughout the an album backed by The Neptunes otherworldly production.

Hell Hath No Fury is an album riddled with paranoia and grit, but infiltrated with a certain focused rage. The album was hopeless, dark, and cold with heartbreaking rhymes like, "You don't have to love me, just be convincing," but Pusha and Malice embraced the callous nature better than anyone else could have. — Lauren Nostro

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