[With a highly-anticipated “The End Of Malice” documentary set to premiere March 27th on REVOLT TV, The Clipse’s No Malice tells SOHH how he’s grinded out his project’s promotion nationwide.]
As we’ve taken this film city to city, we’ve also been stopping by the prisons and talking with the brothers and inmates and just bringing hope.
You would be surprised at the kind of receptiveness and impact that we’ve been leaving behind. They’ve been feeding off me and I’ve been learning a lot from them as well just being able to spend time.
That’s just never going to stop. That’s what this whole thing is about. As far as the music, I feel like what I give you is still very much street hip-hop. You can call it whatever you want to call it, I’ll let them have their fun with that.
But if you cannot apply the gospel to life, then people will not understand it. But when you can see the relevance to how it affects your daily life, it’s very much relevant today and necessary.
Then I believe people will be able to appreciate it. You have to be able to speak to people’s condition.
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