The first question O.G. Clipse fans need to ask, however, is: how would the album sound? The two are so different now. While Pusha’s fiery flow is the same, No Malice, who used to be called Malice, now raps exclusively about God.
After the Clipse news came out, No Malice gave an interview to Pow TV Rap Show, talking about a potential Clipse album. While interested, No Malice stressed that he wasn’t going back to his old style:
“My brother and I are taking two different approaches to music. I’m very proud of the Clipse catalog. I really enjoyed that music and most of all, it’s made me who I am today. That’s not the kind of music I’m doing. I still hold out hope for a Clipse reunion. I really believe that we will be able to do it, but any music that I make is totally 100 percent going to glorify God. That’s what I do. That’s what I’m about. I’m still holding out hope that can happen.”
Yep, so if we were to get a Clipse album, don’t expect to hear any “Keys Open Doors” verses from No Malice.