No Malice Says Pusha T & Drake Diss Songs "Make For Good Hip-Hop"

Clipse was one the hottest groups in the 2000's. Pusha T and Malice blazed a path up to the top tier hip-hop with immaculate production from The Neptunes and hard-hitting crack-rap lyricism. After enjoying success as a group, Malice decided he had enough the crack-rap genre, changed his name to No Malice, and backed out the genre. Pusha T pushed on, creating a solo career that has been more lucrative than his time in Clipse, while also being named the head G.O.O.D. Music by his friend and labelmate Kanye West. 

Pusha T took shots at Drake on "Infrared," the evocative outro for his new album DAYTONA. Drake responded a day later on "Duppy Freestyle," boasting a quick turn around on top scathing bars. Although Pusha T has yet to respond to Drake on a record, the G.O.O.D. Music head is sitting pretty high f the success his latest album, and the response he received from "Infrared." No Malice opined about the back and forth between his brother and Drake on a live stream that was posted on YouTube by MreckTV. At about the 23:30 mark the video, No Malice responds to the question, "how do you feel about Drake getting at your brother."

"I think it makes for good hip-hop," he responds. "This is an exciting moment for hip-hop, right?" No Malice doesn't go any further, and leaves viewers to guess about which diss song he prefers. 

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