(AllHipHop News) From focusing on “Gridin'” to God, No Malice, stands firm in his truth. Lyrically-acclaimed for his Clipse creativity, the big brother Thornton’s documentary, The End of Malice, will reflect his different rites-of-passage. While traversing the nation on a 16-city tour, the respected MC is scheduled to link up with AllHipHop’s, Chuck Creekmur.
Mr. Creekmur, a Hip-Hop cultural critic, has been enlisted to moderate two separate introspective interviews with No Malice. Next week, these inquiries will take place in Philadelphia, on Monday (Feb. 29), and in Virgina Beach, on Thursday (March 3). The concise, first-person narrative, chronicles No Malice’s maturation as a man.
Professional obligations and personal responsibilities tormented the once conflicted wordsmith. Later this month, the film — which also features his childhood friend, Pharrell, and his partner in rhyme, Pusha T — is slated for its TV premier on Sunday, March 27. The Second Films and Ditoremayo Entertainment collaboration will be broadcast on REVOLT TV.
With a 40 minute run-time, No Malice effectively demonstrates his angst. He remembers, “I was always frustrated, always angry and I didn’t know why. If I’d never had money I would have thought my anger stemmed from being broke. But now I had money and tons of it and still was not fulfilled. I had a deep void in my life.”
Amid the public’s unflinching glance, living his life on center stage was eventually cathartic for No Malice. He states, “I don’t regret the music or the catalog of my group, but that’s only because it has given me a place to not only tell part of the truth, but to tell the entire story.”