It’s no secret Virginia rapper No Malice (formerly Malice) decided to leave music at the height of his rap career to embark on a spiritual journey.The 42-year-old emcee is now opening up about that journey in a new documentary called The End of Malice, featuring his brother Pusha T, who decided to continue rapping, and longtime friend Pharrell Williams.In the documentary, No Malice discusses the pivotal moment when he decided to put down the pen and turn to God.
Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment release “Sunday Candy,” featuring Donnie Trumpet, who co-produced the song. Featuring upwards of 12 artists who contributed vocals or played live instruments on the soulful jam, “Sunday Candy” was recorded in both Los Angeles and Chicago.“Come on in this house, it’s going to rain,” sing Chance and Jamila Woods.Chance The Rapper is scheduled to release a new album, titled Surf, sometime in 2015.
In celebration of his second album release this year, Rick Ross headed over to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform his latest single “If They Knew” off the project.The song originally features K. Michelle on the hook, but she was unable to make the performance as she was previously booked. Unfortunately, she also reportedly fainted due to extreme dehydration at a sound check yesterday.The MMG label head still tore up the stage of the talk show, where he wore his fresh, black fur coat, that covered his new and improved slim body.Check out the performance of Rick Ross above, and keep K. Michelle in your prayers!