Check out Netflix lately? “The End of Malice”, the 2016 documentary charting the course of Gene Elliott Thornton Jr.’s transition from rapper Malice to born-again Christian, No Malice has just become available.
Thornton and brother/hip-hop mogul Pusha T made up the rap duo Clipse and were proteges of producer Pharell. They became known for lyrics referencing their past drug dealing and were influential in the “coke rap” genre.
Malice ended up converting to Christianity and split from the group, pursuing a new rap career as No Malice. (See our previous article HERE.)
The documentary, features interviews with Pharrell and Pusha T, as well as No Malice. It’s previously been available on REVOLT TV and iTunes, but debuts on Netflix for the first time this month.