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No Malice, formerly of the Clipse, just dropped a new documentary on Netflix. Check out the trailer here.

No Malice was always known for using his words to make movies, now he’s actually made one. The rapper formerly known as Malice just dropped a documentary about the new chapter in his career on Netflix.

The End of Malice chronicles No Malice’s early years with Pusha T in The Clipse to the life altering events that led to him becoming No Malice. In 2010, No Malice walked away from the group and changed his name and outlook on life.

In 2011 he published his first book, Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked, a memoir that was accompanied by a video series. In 2013 he dropped his debut solo album Here Ye Him.

The End Of Malice originally aired on Revolt earlier this year, but is now available on Netflix for streaming. Check out the trailer below.

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