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Clipse’s Malice goes righteous

May 27, 2011

When the Clipse dropped Lord Willing in 2002, they planted a significant stamp in hip hop. The much hyped Neptunes produced album showed  Malice and Pusha-T’s approach rap with street talk and drug dealer langue which coined ‘ coke rap’,  yet their lyrics were often vivid and intellectual pushing boundaries further the standardized gangster rap.

Fast forward to present, Pusha- T has linked up with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music whilst Malice has undergone some spiritual change. Inspired by deep religious experiences, Malice has laid his thoughts on paper through his new book Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked. In this video, Malice talks about also changing his name, becoming known for something else, and shares his feelings on the music that made him famous.  Check out a quick interview Ruby Hornet did on the piece.