If you are talking Coke Rap then you have to put respect on the Clipse. But to hear their former colleague tell it most of their classic bars come from his life.
While the Hip-Hop world patiently waited on a Pusha T’s response his brother spoke up on his behalf. No Malice has confirmed what everyone already knew.
Less than 24 hours after consuming gluttonous amounts of grub among kinfolk, shoppers will trek out in the wee hours of Black Friday morning (November 28) to go on a buying spree. But what’s a shopping trip without a proper soundtrack?
The Clipse may no longer be in the business of creating albums together (hopefully a momentary fact), but they’ll never be defunct because Pusha T and No Malice are bound by blood. CNN Tonight explored the brothers’ relationship, their street background, and of course, the latter’s religious reawakening.
Pusha T, who’s in Miami working on his King Push album with The Neptunes, took to Facebook to confirm that he and his brother No Malice are reuniting. This follows days of speculation stemming from reports by Karen Civil and Pow TV Rap Show.
No matter how accomplished Pusha T and No Malice are as soloists, fans will always keep asking about the Clipse. VIBE caught up with the Brothers Thornton for a pair of thorough interviews, both separately and together (actually, that makes for three interviews).
Plenty of people are quick to say No Malice (formerly Malice) lost same of his lyrical gift of bag when he was born again. They’re probably just mad the Clipse MC isn’t focusing on the exquisitely delivered coke tales. The VA rapper’s latest single, “Bury That,” partly tackles that very topic.
Pusha T isn’t the only Thornton brother staking a musical claim in the summer of 2013. No Malice (formerly Malice) of the Clipse has revealed more details about his Hear Ye Him solo debut, including a July release date.
It’s been over three years since the Clipse released their last album, Til The Casket Drops. The older of the Virginia rhyming brothers, No Malice, has revealed that a new projects is definitely in the works, but some details needs to be solidified first.
Pusha T and No Malice are more than just MCs thanks to their thriving Play Cloths clothing brand. For its Summer 2012 Collection’s Lookbook, model Stephanie Arenas aka StephieSoS-xy shows off the season’s current batch of gear.
As the battle between Pusha T and Young Money rages on, Clipse member, No Malice has jumped in the disagreement. Formerly called “Malice,” Pusha T’s brother went on Twitter yesterday to respond to Weezy’s post on the social networking site late last week.
[ooyala code=”5wbW43MzpKWuBUxg5NZ1RgwKRVB_TvJ4″] Hip-Hop Wired caught up with 1/2 of Clipse, Malice, as he discussed turning Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind and Naked into a movie as well as the release of the audio version of the book. Malice also talks about the success of his lil brother Pusha T, coming back together as a group, his […]