No Malice and his brother Pusha T have led dramatically different lives since they dissolved Clipse in 2010. They have both pursued solo careers, No Malice as a born-again Christian rapper. In March, No Malice announced his intentions to release an album called Let The Dead Bury The Dead this summer, and Tuesday he delivered a new track entitled "Jesus Christ." As the song demonstrates, No Malice's bars are as cold-blooded as ever as he drops hard-earned wisdom over a creeping piano-driven beat.
Let The Dead Bury The Dead OTW.
It is I who must father them
Like swatting flies, they starting to become bothersome
Honor him, Cuban refugee, I Assata them
For this I die, and gladly into martrydom