It’s the 10 anniversary of Clipse‘s indisputable classic album, Hell Hath No Fury, but the group is no more. However, in a recent interview, No Malice cracks the door open on hope that he and his brother Pusha T will properly reunite for a new album.
Why is Black Thought considered an “underrated” MC? As co-founder of The Roots, he is a Grammy-award winning rapper with 11 albums under his belt and a career that spans 20-plus years. He’s toured the world 10 times over and he’s broadcast into millions of homes every weeknight thanks to his Master of Ceremonies gig […]
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.”
Who knew that Clipse’s No Malice and Pusha T loved to pull at fans’ heartstrings? The likelihood of new album from the Virginia duo has been the topic of discussion for some time, but the older of the brothers Thorton laid that to rest during a discussion with RapZilla at SXSW in Austin, Tex.
There have been countless amount of fashion trends created by rappers. But that doesn’t mean they haven’t had lapses of poor judgment when it comes to style.
Here’s another development in the storied Clipse LP. No Malice burst a bubble or two during a recent interviewed with FADER.
Although they were never known for their tremendous record sales, Pusha T and No Malice, the brothers collectively known as the Clipse remain one of Hip-Hop’s favorite duos of all-time.
Rappers come, rappers go, and so do their albums. But let’s revisit a few projects, or at least the tracks with single potential that got treated like a red-headed step child for one reason or another.
With no signs of a Clipse album in the immediate future, this new song from No Malice featuring Pusha T is the closest things fans will get.
A criminal past isn’t a necessary requirement to become a rapper, but if your image is one of tough talk and the like, it’s helpful when fans don’t doubt the sincerity. Since the beginning, there have been rappers from the hardest hoods to the plushest suburbs, but there are a few acts that appear to […]
Some things just go together: peanut butter and jelly, movies and popcorn, washed up entertainers and reality shows. The same principal applies to rappers and certain producers. Certain MCs and certain beat makers just have that magic touch when they link up in the studio [II]. Sometimes, when the force is that strong, rappers and […]
It’s hard out here for a rapper. So hard and sinister, in fact, that many artists find themselves turning to religion shortly after their industry days are over, with some even stepping in the pulpit to spread the gospel themselves. Others see the writing on the wall, and head for the high road, even sooner. Many […]
No Malice, f/k/a Malice (and still) of the Clipse, drops a new tune called “June,” featuring the vocals of Eric David. Pusha T’s older brother drops his spiritually refined bars over scintillating organs and a choice vocal sample of Frank Sinatra’s “That’s Life.”
What a difference almost a decade makes. In 2002, Clipse was getting personally chauffeured around New Orleans’ 3rd Ward by Bryan “Baby” Williams. “What Happened To That Boy” was certified street heat off Baby’s Birdman album and the #1 Stunna’s struggle bars sounded that much better bookended by Malice and Pusha T’s coke soaked bars. Fast-forward […]
The artist formerly known as Malice of the Clipse, now “No Malice,” hit Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club for a very real and candid interview. No Malice spoke on deciding to no longer keep kicking the coke rap he and his brother Pusha T refined, his book, Wretched Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked, friends getting […]
R&B producer and singer-songwriter Terius “The-Dream” Nash has been part of Island Def Jam’s executive board since 2009, allowing him access to the development of the label’s upcoming releases. Of those acts soon to put out new product, Virginia rhyme slinger Pusha T’s signing with Def Jam last summer led to the pair working alongside […]