No Malice Recruited Pusha T and Chad Hugo for ‘Hear Ye Him’

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Earlier this week, No Malice snuck out a song from his upcoming post-Clipse solo project Hear Ye Him. Titled “Bury That,” the brooding track sets out No Malice’s current thoughts on life, his place in the rap world, and the manner in which some people want to consider him constantly tethered to his brother, Pusha T. Hive checked in with No Malice to reveal the project’s roll call of guest features, talk about an included collaboration with Pusha, and explain why Hear Ye Him is going to surprise a lot of fans.

Why did you decide to leak “Bury That”?

Bro, I don’t know! There was so many I could have dropped. I feel like it answered a lot of questions as far as my take and how I feel about things and just my outlook on situations. I just wanted to share it.

Is the vibe of “Bury That” representative of the rest of the album?

The album is so very colorful, you know? I can’t say that song sums up the entire album. It’s a lot of very light moments, a lot of fun moments, moments that aren’t so serious. I feel like it’s a well rounded album and it touches on a lot of different emotions.

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