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The righteous half of Clipse has no plans of reuniting with his brother, Pusha T, in the spirit of cocaine raps, but that has no bearing  on No Malice’s desire to rhyme. Just recently, the season MC kicked some spiritual some bars on 106 & Park‘s “The Backroom.”

“I should have been dead a long time ago/I offered death in almost every line I wrote,” spit the Virginia native. That line began a conceptual verse that detail’s No Malice’s older brother’s coke addiction and the hand that he played in making it worse. That’s some pretty heavy stuff.

For more tunes from one half of the Clipse, we suggest that you download his Hear Ye Him LP on iTunes. See the clip from “The Backroom” below.

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