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.
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.
Here’s another development in the storied Clipse LP. No Malice burst a bubble or two during a recent interviewed with FADER.
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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 […]
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.
Now this is some G.O.O.D. news. Pusha T says that a new Clipse album is on the way and even revealed the project’s title.
The Re-Up Gang briefly reunites for this video for “Smoke & Mirrors” with Ab-Liva and No Malice of The Clipse.
The R-E-U-P-G-A-N-G returns, in a way, on a thought provoking track titled “Smoke & Mirrors.” The moment the haunting beat drops, it’s clear that class is in session. No Malice and Ab-Liva play professor, as the duo lyrically detail their compelling revelations on the underlined corruption in society.
Fact, many of today’s MCs are making a living off the coke rap wave that Clipse helped popularize. While Pusha T is off keeping busy with G.O.O.D. Music, his older brother No Malice is still making music with a more righteous tone thanks to a greater dedication to his faith. That said, his single “Unforgettable” […]