No Malice may not spit cokes lines with his brother Pusha T anymore, but he’s still got skills. He’s hyping up the release of his documentary “The End of Malice,” a biographical look at No Malice’s journey from obscurity to rap stardom and then to God. “Best Believe” appears on the soundtrack for the documentary, and it goes.
While the rhymes are pushing the word of God, they really aren’t overly proselytizing. MD Uno is featured on the track, and he steps up to deliver a dope second verse. The two religious emcee go over pretty heavy production that is a bit uncharacteristic of religious music, but it’s the doper for it.
Ain't no level that y'all can get with me on
all that blow wasn't enough to ski on
I ain't looked back ever since I was reborn
now I'm in my two-three Jordan and LeBron