No Malice News

 
  • Cover of 5 Christian Hip-Hop Artists Infiltrating The Mainstream
    With the rise of digital music, decline of music sales, and mass growth and adoption of social networks and blogs, we have seen the playing field become leveled. With that has come fewer major label releases and a lion share of independent releases.
  • Cover of No Malice Denies Clipse Album Rumors Again
    Even though he had already squashed rumors of a new Clipse album last month, No Malice was recently asked about the project again in an interview with Rapzilla at SXSW. His answer was no different this time around, and this should definitely put all hopes of a new Clipse album to sleep.
  • Cover of No Malice Says There Is "No Clipse Album In The Works”
    After much back and forth speculation, we finally have official and decisive word that a Clipse reunion is NOT happening. No Malice spoke with FADER today, clearing the air on any rumors concerning a new album from the Virginia duo.
  • Cover of Pusha T Confirms New Clipse Album [Update: Pusha Says He Never Confirmed Reunion]
    There's been much confusion over whether or not Clipse are currently working on a new project. A rumor began circulating last week that Pusha T and No Malice were hitting the studio with The Neptunes, but there have been mixed reports from the rapping brothers themselves.
  • Cover of Underrated Audio: August 10-16
    It doesn't even really need to be said at this point, but this past week was dominated by Kendrick Lamar and the many "Control" responses that followed. It seems every rapper feels some type of way about some line in K. Dot's verse, even if they weren't directly called out.
  • Cover of No Malice Reveals "Hear Ye Him" Artwork & Tracklist
    No Malice has been teasing his debut album for some time. A few weeks ago we got the official release date for the project, and now he has let go of the official artwork and tracklist. 
  • Cover of No Malice Announces "Hear Ye Him" Solo Album Release Date [Update: New Release Date Confirmed]
    This year we find the return of both Pusha T and No Malice (once known as Malice) to the album circuit, however, not as the group called Clipse, but rather as individual artists. Interestingly enough, both brothers will be dropping their debut solo effort in the same month this summer.
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