The chances of a Clipse reunion is incredibly slim these days but both No Malice and Pusha T are still putting in work. Of course, Push has been getting much more glory than his brother and former group member, No Malice, especially with his latest project, Daytona. Nonetheless, No Malice is still delivering new music for his fan base. It may not be the coke rap that made us fall in love with the Clipse in the first place but he's pushing deeper messages in his music these days. We haven't heard much from him in a while but today, he drops off his latest single, "Give 'Em Game."
No Malice is back with his new track, "Give 'Em Game." "I give 'em game/ They may not hear me now but they gon' love me when I'm gone," he spits before the beat drops. "Give 'Em Game" is a stern reminder of No Malice's greatness as an emcee. Over the course of the track, he spits bars reminiscing on his former life in the street while reflecting on how far he's come and the mental state he's in these days. No Malice's latest track is honest and reflective of the different directions he and his brother went in.
Nowadays, they hate the game and they hate the players
Tell 'em old heads look at what you made us
Is it snitchin' if they ain't say us? Ask around
'Cause when that tree fell, it ain't make a sound