Neptunes-produced rap album has a dropdate of Nov. 28th after numerous pushbacks. This holiday season brings us much-anticipated albums from Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg, but perhaps the unexpected essential will be Clipse’s “Hell Hath No Fury.” Pitchfork takes a break from gushing over Joanna Newsom to hype up the Clipse, proclaiming the album to be the best of the year. RIYL: rap, crack-cocaine.

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