Courtesy of VH1:

No Malice (formerly Malice of Virginia duo Clipse) sat down with VH1 yesterday, just four days before his debut solo album Hear Ye Him drops on Sunday, 8/18. Despite the fact that No Malice’s music has taken a 180-degree turn to accommodate his born-again Christian beliefs and he is admittedly disconnected from contemporary rap, he’s actually heard Kendrick’s verse. In the clip below, the older of the two Thornton brothers shares his thoughts on the song’s impact in hip hop, Pusha being mentioned on K. Dot’s list and, humbly, tells us how it feels to be left off. Take a look. Maybe a collabo is in their future?

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