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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." The treatment is littered with old school aesthetics combined with, well, ra…
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. They garnered national buzz from their 2002 …
No Malice Will Only Make Music That Glorifies God
Hip-hop aficionados got their wish granted when André 3000 and Big Boi confirmed an Outkast reunion for this year. The other long-lived desire shared by most hip-hop heads? To see a return to the critically acclaimed rap duo, Clipse. And given that the two are trekking down two diametrically differe…
Is Clipse Reuniting For Neptunes-Produced Album?
In countless interviews, No Malice has said he cannot rap about his drug dealing past anymore, which hindered any talks of a new Clipse project. But, it seems No Malice has settled his differences with Pusha T to release their highly anticipated reunion album...
No Malice Wants To Wash The Blood Off His Hands
Let’s not beat around the bush: No Malice, formerly known as Malice, was really good at rapping about cocaine. Together as Clipse, he and his brother, Pusha T turned it into a fine art, using double entendres and witty wordplay to glorify their time in the trap...
Pusha T Explains Why A Clipse Reunion Hasn’t Happened Yet
What would it take to make a Clipse reunion happen? BBC radio personality Zane Lowe—you probably remember him from his recent interviews with Kanye West and Eminem—recently sat down with Pusha T for a brief but wide-ranging chat that touched on My Name Is My Name, his interest in English…
No Malice Finds God But Loses Some Fire On ‘Hear Ye Him’
No Malice, formerly known as Malice, built a career on cocaine. As one half of beloved 2000s rap duo Clipse, the Virginia MC, along with his younger brother Pusha T, painted grimy pictures of the drug game through intricate lyrics that were as creative as they were clever...

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