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A lot of things happened in rap yesterday.

One of the more underrated events that occurred was the Thornton brothers, Pusha T and No Malice, aka the Clipse, reuniting for a new song.

The song is called “Shame the Devil,” and it’s a track off No Malice’s upcoming Hear Ye Him projectwhich drops on Tuesday.

Ever since No Malice changed his name (he used to be called just Malice) the rapper has been on a religious tip, spitting rhymes about his faith. This track is no different.

Even lil’ brother Pusha, who’s still pretty rough around the edges, tones it down a lil’ bit, kicking rhymes like:

“Gene found God, they thinking we at odds/Must ain’t know my father, he ain’t never spared a rod”


Speaking of Pusha, the rapper has his own album coming out later this year. It’s called My Name is My Name, and it should be something special. In a recent interview with RevoltTV, he talked about the album, saying it’s going to be “album of the year.”

We’ll see. Until then, listen to No Malice’s latest above and the Pusha interview below.

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