Looks like the Thornton Brothers have occupied July. No Malice drops a trailer for his solo set and reveals July 2 as its release.
Smoke and mirrors is a fitting way to describe the rap game. Anyway, here’s a new visual to No Malice and Ab-Liva’s recent collaboration. Pusha T makes a cameo, but that’s just about it.
No Malice’s Hear Ye Him and Ab-Liva’s The Truth Shall Set You Free are both on the way and the tandem unleashes a cut that will live on both projects.
Somewhere down in the 757, No Malice keeps the old film rolling and reminisces on the early days in his new clip. Do remember, Hear Ye Him is coming soon.
A decade (and four months) ago, an unknown Virgina rap duo called The Clipse shook the game up with their debut album, Lord Willin’. Powered by their groundbreaking single “Grindin”, the LP produced The Thronton Brothers a platinum plaque and planted VA’s hip-hop scene at the forefront.
The Facts Remain caught up with No Malice last month to reflect on their magnum opus. Mal’s verse on “I’m Not You” is incomparable.
After taking us to ”June“, No Malice unleashes the second audio off his forthcoming Hear Ye Him. The verses could be easily forgetten, but Gripp Productions’ beat won’t.
No malice shows no emotion in his new video featuring crooner Eric David. The song doesn’t pack the same punch as his previous effort, but it will appear on his solo debut, Hear Ye Him.
As the temperature continues to rise, so does Pusha T’s other half with his new recording off the upcoming solo project, Here Ye Him. How’s this for the heater of the month?