“Any institution without God will eventually become corrupt…”
With his brother Pusha T making moves with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music, Malice has been focused more on spiritual matters as evident by this latest appearance on Christian Broadcasting Network’s 700 Club. The music industry is often at odds with spiritual growth, and after some time Malice’s conscience came to weigh on him. Now, he’s become a born again Christian focused on spreading the message of Christ. Considering Malice still plans on making music, it will be interesting to see how he reconciles his newfound faith with any continued music with The Clipse or solo-wise. Can he stick with it or will it be a backsliding scenario similar to “pastor” Mason Betha (Mase)? Could the Clipse’s heavy drug-dealing content be reinvented with the duo now having a stark contrast of lyrical perspective ala prime Outkast? Time will tell. Check out Malice’s website for more information.