No Malice preps a documentary about his spiritual journey on "The End Of Malice."
No Malice, formerly Malice, 1/2 of acclaimed rap duo The Clipse, did a total 180 from his drug-dealing and talking rhymes when he announced his Christian faith. Finding God influenced the rapper to change his rhymes and his outlook on life, and we got evidence of this when he dropped his first album as No Malice, Hear Ye Him. He's also been adamant there will never be a Clipse reunion, as it conflicts with his school of thought.
Soon we'll be getting a closer look at No Malice's spiritual journey, and we'll get to hear directly from the rapper, his brother Pusha T, and his past frequent collaborator Pharrell. Peep the trailer for it above.