No Malice: Me & Pusha T Could Impact Hip Hop In A Profound Way (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) At one point after revealing his devout Christian beliefs, No Malice made it fairly clear he did not have any interest in reconnecting with his brother Pusha T as a music group. But has the Virginia rapper softened his stance on possibly making another Clipse album?

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Rapzilla spoke with No Malice during The End of Malice documentary premiere in Texas. The Hear Ye Him album creator addressed what a Clipse reunion would mean for the culture.

“I believe with all my heart that my brother and I could do music together. I believe that we could really impact Hip Hop in a very profound way,” said No Malice. “I believe the gift that God has given us could touch a lot of people. As a duo it would just be doubly strong.”

No Malice then added he would not shut the door on doing more tracks with Pusha, but he also expressed that whatever music Clipse makes in the future would “come from God.” The brothers did collaborate on the 2013 song “Shame The Devil” off No Malice’s Hear Ye Him.

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Watch No Malice’s interview below.

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