Sitting down with HHS87, No Malice speaks on making it out of Virginia, the void in his life that lead him to changing his ways and name, putting God first, what’s in store music wise for the future and more. He also speaks on the Clipse reunion rumors, saying it wouldn’t really be a “reunion” as him and Pusha are still as close as ever.
Off VA rapper Wyld’s newly released Street Power 3 mixtape.
The elder brother of Pusha T sat down with Noisey to talk about his former manager’s run-in with the law, the unbreakable bond he has with his brother and family and, of course, his musical plans.
Tell me about your relationship with Pusha now.
It’s the same that it has always been. I think people try to make up things, but we never have any problems. We laugh and joke; everything is cool. We’re two grown men, and any two grown men that are still joined at the hip, to me, there’s something wrong with that. I’m definitely on my path. My lifestyle has changed. I’ve grown a lot and continue to grow. I’m not the same person that I was, and I’m trying to express that in my music. Pusha is doing his thing. He’s everywhere. He’s enjoying his work and everything that he has going on, and we’re proud of him and continue to show support.
You can read the rest of the interview here. That’s one step for man, one giant leap closer to a new Clipse album or Re-Up Gang mixtape.
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It’s crazy to think that the Clipse’s Lord Willin’ is over a decade old. Anyways, the more religious Thronton brother sits down with The Facts Remain to reflect on their incredible debut.
What’s y’all favorite track and/or verse off the album? Let us know in the c-section below…
Why not right? Yesterday, Pusha T dropped Exodus 23:1 and the world began to speculate who he’s referring to. Was it Drake? The Weeknd? Young Chop? Lil Wayne? Outside of Pusha and his crew, who really knows? That being said, Wayne took offense and fired back… via Twitter. And for those that don’t know about their past issues, Miss Info’s got you covered.
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Malice sits down with Primetime Radio to talk about his new book, his relationship with Christ, Pusha’s thoughts on the whole life change, his upcoming solo project and the next Clipse album.
After his show at the Gramercy Theatre last night in NYC, Push announced that a new Clipse album is in the works and should be ready by 2013. So that’s the G.O.O.D. Music compilation, a Pusha solo offering, new Re-Up Gang music and a Clipse album all coming in the next year or so? I’m with it..
Malice talks to Chris Lee from CtotheJL about the upcoming audio book for Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind And Naked and the process he went through to make the limited edition wooden laser cover.
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Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked Vignette #7.
No man is a prophet in his hometown.
Like that, Bron Bron? Kidding, of course.
While out in Atlanta, 1/2 of the Clipse sits down with Kenny Burns to talk about his recent book, Pusha T and a new Clipse project.
At 2pm EST (11am PST) Malice will hold a book reading of his novel Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked (which is available now; you can ) at the Hampton Teen Center in his hometown to at-risk youth at the Listen To The Lyrics Festival, and those that aren’t there can peep and watch the entire thing. Dopeness.