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Happy Birthday, No Malice!

No Malice is still one of the best.

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Here’s The Trailer For No Malice’s Upcoming Documentary

Though the hopes of a new Clipse album are all but dashed, No Malice is still doing his thing. He has released a trailer for his upcoming documentary, The End of Malice, which outlines his path of righteousness, and features guest appearances from two of his closest comrades; Pharrell Williams, and his brother, Pusha T...

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63 Rappers Who Changed Their Rap Names

Here are 63 rappers who chose, for one reason or another, to taken on new rap names as their careers have gone on

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No Malice Was Unhappy During Height Of Clipse Fame

No Malice and Pusha T are two of the most eloquent MCs in the game, and when they talk, people tend to listen carefully. Last night, CNN's Bob Weir caught up with the Clipse back in their Virginia hometown for a segment entitled "Brother's Keeper...

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No Malice Freestyles on 106 & Park’s ‘Backroom’

No Malice, the other half of the Clipse recently showcased his skills on 106 & Park’s “The Backroom.” Like his younger brother Pusha T, the Virgina MC is also pursuing a solo career.

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Sage The Gemini's debut album, Remember Me, dropped last week, and that got us at XXL thinking—which rappers have the most perfect stage names? Not perfect as in Kendrick Lamar, or Drake, or Joe Budden—those are just given names—but names that just perfectly describe the person that uses them. There are plenty of fantastic names out there, of course, from Method Man to Rich Homie Quan to Ty Dolla $ign and a galaxy of others, but we're talking real descriptive here, as in names that clearly indicate who you're talking about just from the words themselves. XXL rounded up twelve of our favorite stage names that fit the artist perfectly, from Kid Ink to DJ Mustard to Chance The Rapper. What's in a name? —Dan Rys (@danrys)
Sage The Gemini's debut album, Remember Me, dropped last week, and that got us at XXL thinking—which rappers have the most perfect stage names? Not perfect as in Kendrick Lamar, or Drake, or Joe Budden—those are just given names—but names that just perfectly describe the person that uses them. There are plenty of fantastic names out there, of course, from Method Man to Rich Homie Quan to Ty Dolla $ign and a galaxy of others, but we're talking real descriptive here, as in names that clearly indicate who you're talking about just from the words themselves. XXL rounded up twelve of our favorite stage names that fit the artist perfectly, from Kid Ink to DJ Mustard to Chance The Rapper. What's in a name? —Dan Rys (@danrys)
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12 Rappers With Perfect Stage Names

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No Malice Emphatically Confirms It’s A Wrap For The Clipse

It's officially a wrap for one of the most beloved duos in hip-hop, the Clipse. The writing has been on the wall for some time now, beginning with the point where the elder Thornton brother changed his name to No Malice and started making Christian music...

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The odds of a rapper who speaks about faith, monogamy and positive human growth forging his legacy in mainstream hip-hop seems rather unlikely, but then again, Lecrae goes entirely against popular culture's opinion of hip-hop. And despite some publications and hip-hop heads painting him into a corner as a "Christian Rapper," the Atlanta-by-way-of-Houston MC isn’t here to teach fans The Bible or to make them believe in any particular truth. Like some of the best MCs of our time—Nas, Jay Z, Scarface or Ghost—'Crae simply wants to paint a picture and tell his story, even if the lens through which he views the world might differ from others.

With a number of noteworthy media appearances and chart-topping LPs, coupled with a critically acclaimed mixtape and a Grammy award under his belt, Lecrae finds himself at work trying to tear apart the box that the world helped place him in, while simultaneously paving inroads for the next atypical lyricist. Who said originality was dead? —Marjua Estevez (@_MsEstevez)

Photography By: Ben Rollins

The odds of a rapper who speaks about faith, monogamy and positive human growth forging his legacy in mainstream hip-hop seems rather unlikely, but then again, Lecrae goes entirely against popular culture's opinion of hip-hop. And despite some publications and hip-hop heads painting him into a corner as a "Christian Rapper," the Atlanta-by-way-of-Houston MC isn’t here to teach fans The Bible or to make them believe in any particular truth. Like some of the best MCs of our time—Nas, Jay Z, Scarface or Ghost—'Crae simply wants to paint a picture and tell his story, even if the lens through which he views the world might differ from others.

With a number of noteworthy media appearances and chart-topping LPs, coupled with a critically acclaimed mixtape and a Grammy award under his belt, Lecrae finds himself at work trying to tear apart the box that the world helped place him in, while simultaneously paving inroads for the next atypical lyricist. Who said originality was dead? —Marjua Estevez (@_MsEstevez)

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Lecrae Rises Above The Christian Rapper Stereotype

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No Malice & Fam-lay Drop New Video For “Blasphemy”

While the forthcoming Clipse album may be in limbo, No Malice is continuing to push his latest solo project, Here Ye Him. Today, the Virginia MC drops the video for the Fam-lay assisted track, "Blasphemy...

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15 Most Essential Clipse Songs

A hustler's spirit was always in hip-hop's original coke boys Gene “No Malice” and Terrace “Pusha T” Thornton. As teenagers, the pair were vocal about their drug dealing past and dividends...

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