And just like that, all hopes of a Clipse reunion are dashed. In an interview with DJ Heat, one half of Clipse, Pusha T, stated that he and No Malice were not working with The Neptunes on a new album, which would be their first since 2009's Til The Casket Drops. He said, "I never leaked anything about the Clipse, all I did was tell everybody I was in the studio for 20 days with Pharrell and Chad. And then there was a leak that happened and other people just found out that other people were down."

Pusha declared that he was too busy focused on being Pusha T at the minute, but the chance a Clipse reunion might occur is always possible. How many times did Outkast declare they weren't getting back together, and look at where we are now! In the meantime though, Pusha states that his work with Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo of The Neptunes was in regards to the follow up to his debut album, 2013's My Names Is My Names, which is a decent consolation prize really.