By Kyle Ryan. What happens when all the hustling pays off? After struggling in the streets for years to make it, and you make it to the top of the game, then what? Clipse’s stripped-down second album, Hell Hath No Fury, wallows in the trappings of success—braggadocio, remorse, paranoia, wistfulness. Nowhere is that second element more pronounced than on the album’s second track, “Momma I’m So Sorry,” and its hook, “Momma I’m so sorry / I’m so obnoxious.”
Malice, the other half of Clipse with his brother Pusha T., raps the song’s chorus, the words he rhymes with “obnoxious” offering a peek into his bad behavior: arrogance toward law enforcement (“I don’t fear Tubbs and Crockett”), the life of crime that imperils him and his family (“Got two hot rocks in my pocket”), and his failing conscience (“My only accomplice is my conscience”).
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