No Malice abruptly left the hip hop game, and a lot of people, including myself, didn't know exactly what was going on. Although No Malice, formerly known as Malice, along with his brother Pusha T never had the huge success with the group The Clipse, they were known throughout the industry and really had a major following.

While Pusha has linked up with Kanye West and has now become the president of G.O.O.D Music, Malice decided to go an alternate route, which was to perform holy hip hop and spread positivity in his music. Fans of The Clipse know that they were heavily rapping about drugs and leading the movement in Virginia. This was a very interesting interview that No Malice did with The Breakfast Club.

 

No Malice Interviews with The Breakfast Club:

 

While this is the new Malice who is definitely going in the right direction with his music, whether or not we will get a duo album with him and his brother remains to be seen. Check out some classic joints from back in the day. I am a fan of both of the guys and will support them any way I can.

 

The Clipse- "Grindin"

The Clipse- "Mr. Me Too":