“They would have you think I am at odds with my sibling” Clearing his conscious, No Malice lays his skeletons to rest on his new track from his solo set, Hear Ye Him. Album drops on July 2.
As the temperature continues to rise, so does Pusha T’s other half with his new recording off the
[vodpod id=Video.16249974&w=540&h=350&fv=p%3D5296%26c%3D449330%26s%3D1627619%26tbid%3D211596%26allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26] That artist formerly known as Malice appeared on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. He gave a good interview and explained his name change, God, book, and music. At the end, he capped it off with a freestyle.
Lupe Fiasco was a part of a panel discussion last night for Bun B’s Religion and Hip Hop Culture Class at Rice University. Others on the panel included Talib Kweli, Trae Tha Truth, Malice and more. Above Ozone captures the discussion on the subject of rappers as role models. After the jump, a clip of Lupe.