Many view 2012 as the year of change and have for years prior. For a decade, hip hop fans have watched Malice and Pusha T, the brotherly duo from Virginia, deliver classic music as The Clipse. In 2010, Pusha T, with urging from Malice, began his solo career, which has been successful, for the most part. Signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music, his debut album is due this year.
While Pusha T has been living the G.O.O.D. life, Malice fell out of the public eye. Last summer, Malice revealed he would soon begin his solo career. Before the end of the year, Malice revealed he was waiting until 2012 to come back with a new style. This new style would come complete with a new name, as he was separating himself from Malice, upon finding God.
In 2012, Malice resurfaced as No Malice and has started his solo career. No Malice recently sat down with Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” to discuss his new career moves, and much more.
Watch the entire interview below: