While Pusha T was off making a name for himself as a solo artist, under the leadership of the ever-popular Kanye West and G.O.O.D. Music, many wondered what happened to Malice. In the eyes of many, he was abandoned by his younger brother. This, however, was not the case as Malice encouraged Pusha T to go solo and he made similar plans.
Late in 2011, Malice revealed he would soon change his name and embark on a solo career starting on January 1. Early in 2012, Malice changed his name to No Malice and began working on his solo material. With the change in his name, No Malice continued practicing his newfound religion and promoting his book, becoming a positive force.
However, No Malice also stepped in to defend his brother a little over a month ago. Pusha T sparked a beef with Lil Wayne after the release of “Exodus 23:1,” leading Wayne to hurl a series of shots his way. No Malice made reference to the infamous kiss between Birdman and his “son,” before leaving it alone.
During his conversation with Elite Money Empire, No Malice spoke on his new book, his religion, his debut album, Hear Ye Him, and much more.
Watch the entire interview below: