It’s been 10 years since The Clipse‘s classic Hell Hath No Fury album was released. For its anniversary, GQ caught up with the brothers to talk about the project’s influence. “Angst, anger and ego fueled that album. We were egomaniacs. We felt wronged by the music industry,” Pusha T said. Pusha and No Malice gave us […]

As one half of Clipse, Norfolk, Virginia native Malice (Gene Thornton) made a career out of painting street dreams in HD. Between the albums Lord Willin, Hell Hath No Fury and  Till The Casket Drops, he and his brother Pusha T (Terrence Thornton) lyrically flooded the industry with more raw white girl than Hugh Heffner. […]

Virginia native Gene “Malice” Thorton is one half of the coke rap outfit, Clipse. Alongside his younger brother, Pusha T, Malice reached fame by rapping about the harsher realities surrounding life in the drug game. That formula worked for the duo since the beginning of their careers. However, as seasons do, Malice has changed his […]

Clipse member Malice recently released a book titled “Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked” available for purchase online at Malice has recently taken on a relationship with the man upstairs and when TUD heard about his book signing at the new location of Vinnies Styles clothing store in Brooklyn, NY, we had to get […]

Malice from The Clipse left everyone puzzled why he posted a video of himself smearing Vaseline on his face in promotion of his new book, Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked.  In an interview with Vlad TV, he explains what that was all about.

With his book, Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind & Naked being released on Valentines Day, Malice of hip-hop group Clipse has been promoting it heavily via a series of videos.  The latest video in the series has left many people scratching their heads wondering if the rapper is doing okay mentally.

The other half of the Clipse Malice will be releasing a book on Valentines day February 14, 2011 titled “Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked.” I do know Malice has been planning this move for a while and I am glad to see the book being published. Malice offered this statement about “Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, […]