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No Malice, Pusha T & Pharrell Push New Documentary “End Of Malice” Tour

Clipse Member Gene ‘No Malice’ Thornton has come a long way from the days of grindin’ and will chronicle his evolution in a new documentary “The End of Malice.” The documentary features Pharrell Williams and Pusha T.

To promote the doc, No Malice will traverse the nation in a 16-City preview tour. Touring cities include Evansville, Indiana; Louisville, Kentucky; St. Louis, Missouri; Chicago, Illinois; New Orleans, Louisiana; Memphis, Tennessee; Birmingham, Alabama; Atlanta, Georgia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Newark, New Jersey; New York, New York; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Dallas, Texas; Houston, Texas; and Los Angeles, California.

“The End of Malice” is a 40-minute first-person narrative of an individual wrought with conflicts ranging from fame, family,the drug game and mainstream music acceptance.

No Malice said he was always conflicted about the dualities of his life, but didn’t quite realize how deep it was.

“I was always frustrated, always angry and I didn’t know why,” said No Malice. “If I’d never had money I would have thought my anger stemmed from being broke. But now I had money and tons of it and still was not fulfilled. I had a deep void in my life.”

Pusha and No Malice, together known as The Clipse, remain a popular staple in rap music

Pharrell, longtime collaborator and friend, offered words of wisdom in the documentary.

“There’s no college course for dealing with fame and success,” said Pharrell, “But when you’re given a cocktail like that … you’re supposed to sip slow.”

“The End of Malice” explores No Malice’s departure from the game in 2010.

“I don’t regret the music or the catalog of my group, but that’s only because it has given me a place to not only tell part of the truth but to tell the entire story,” said No Malice.

“The End of Malice” is a collaboration of Second Films and Ditoremayo Entertainment and will receive its worldwide television premiere on REVOLT TV on Sunday, March 27, 2016.

For more information about “The End of Malice,” including tour dates and ticket information, visit

  • Andy Maas

    Grinding was a good song

    • RapItUp

      “From days I wasn’t *able, there was always ‘caine”

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  • Celz

    Y’all should probably talk about why he quit secular rap and how he still raps..

  • Rich Martinezlpb

    Long Live Malice

  • Mack

    Mase, take notes.

    • Anthony Mason

      Agreed. Mase is not built like him. This man really sticks to his convictions and practices what he preaches….

      Mase was talking about f***ing women in the back of the church on that Game diss. Lmao! That nigga ain’t about s***…

  • Illatouch

    Hell hath no fury then they fell off

  • Anthony Mason

    No Malice is a great older brother to Pusha and a great example of how to stay on a clear path towards honesty and productivity….

    He refuses to sell out….

  • Papi Peligro

    Its called growing up. I like Pusha but how much longer you think coke rap gone last. Malice is smart.

    • Anthony Mason

      It’s dying off….That is why Gates is trying to mix it with other subject matter. Coke raps can only get you so far….

    • disqus_wP9qaQP4Hv

      Don’t sleep on Push… Diversified his portfolio so he really don’t have to rap but it’s his first love. Don’t forget he’s straight lyrical, will paint a picture for you that you can visually see, no tv or actors. Constantly pushing envelopes and in his own lane all by himself. One of the reason why people are rapping again when he went at wayne’s neck… Exodus woke a lot of people up, that gritty video sends out shivers, i wander why Drake never replied to that crazy 16. Still My fav rapper and i’m not a dope dealer or ever sold drugs, i’m not even a thug but a regular dude. Pusha’s passion and wordplay is really 2nd to none. I fucks with him heavy..

      • Anthony Mason

        That song and video were haunting and real…. Drake did not respond because he can’t bring that type of reality and paint that picture because he has never struggled and needs to pay for hood passes….

        Drake doesn’t feel comfortable going at people who have higher IQ levels. He would risk getting bodied and f***ing his pop rap money up…

    • Nightmare

      Especially when they really wasn’t moving dope anyway.😩😩😂😂😂

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