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No Malice Looks Forward To Future Clipse Projects, Talks Kanye’s Yeezus

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Alongside his brother Pusha T, GeneNo MaliceThornton embodied coke rap in its most glorious articulation. Together as Clipse, both MCs approached their rhymes like surgeons on the operating table, but now that No Malice has gone solo and turned to Christianity for his subject matter, we’d be remiss to not ask ourselves: What happened to that boy?

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No Malice Talks Brother Pusha T + Calls Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” Verse ‘Good For Hip Hop’

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Chatter in the hip hop world has been consistent surrounding Kendrick Lamar since Monday night when Big Sean dropped uncleared Hall of Fame song “Control” featuring the Compton rapper and Jay Electronica. Not only did Kendrick refer to himself as the “king of New York” in his dense verse, but he also listed out a slew of rappers by name who he considers his peers. But what about the artists he left off?

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