No Malice – Shame The Devil ft Pusha T

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Isn’t it amazing that No Malice and Pusha T are releasing debut albums in the same Summer? They have more in common with Outkast than both being stranded in the Arista/Jive Records merger of the mid-2000s now.

From his solo album Hear Ye Him which drops August 18, No Malice teams up with Pusha T outside of The Clipse name on “Shame The Devil” to rekindle some of that Re-Up Gang fire. Despite their different places for solo careers, and different creative and personal directions, it’s always interesting to see how well the Bros. Thornton mesh. Related: The Clipse x The Doors – Keys Open Doors (Mashup Mixtape)