Clipse ft. Re-Up Gang - 20k Money Making Brothers On The Cornerr

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Clipse
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Dame Grease
Album:
We Got It For Cheap Vol.3 Mixtape

When the Clipse walked away from Jive Records last October, the duo of Malice and Pusha T gained a freedom they had been seeking for years, but were without a label home.  Shortly after the divorce, however, the Virginia-natives arranged a new five-year, 50/50 profit-sharing contract with Columbia, including a home for their very-own Re-Up Gang Records.  The first project to emerge since the deal is the third volume of We Got It 4 Cheap: The Spirit of Competition. Joining the brothers are Re-Up Gang members Ab-Liva and Sandman who all put in work on the first single, 20k Money Making Brothers On The Corner.  The official Re-Up Gang LP is tentatively set for a March release.

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