This year we find the return of both Pusha T and No Malice (once known as Malice) to the album circuit, however, not as the group called Clipse, but rather as individual artists. Interestingly enough, both brothers will be dropping their debut solo effort in the same month this summer.

We already knew Pusha Ton would be dropping his album, My Name Is My Name, via G.O.O.D. Music on July 16th. Now the other half of Clipse, No Malice, has announced the release date for his own album, Hear Ye Him, which will arrive two weeks prior to his brother's.

While Pusha T has remained consistent with drug-talking content in his raps, his brother has strayed far from it, after finding God. His album will reflect this, as is evident in the new trailer for Hear Ye Him. The trailer also reveals the album's release date: July 2nd.

Check out the trailer below.

[Update: New Release Date Confirmed]

Malice has set a new date for his Hear Ye Him project, which will now see release August 18th. Alternatively it can be read as the passage from the bible, Romans 8:18.

"For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us."

Watch the trailer for the album below.