Here is No Malice’s first single titled ‘Best Believe It’ featuring MD Uno from the ‘Movin’ Weight’ album, the Soundtrack to ‘The End Of Malice’ Documentary which is due March 27th on Revolt TV on YouTube. You can check out the tracklist off the album below and make sure to Pre-Order it on iTunes. The Soundtrack that takes you on a journey in the life of someone who has first hand experiences with the hardships of street life.
The project will feature sounds and rhythms intrinsic to the origins of the Hip Hop genre infusing soulful harmonies and melodies that embody the struggle of inner city life. The dichotomy of Movin’ Weight will be revealed as a progression in the project. The listener will be moved from an understanding of the basic meaning of Movin’ Weight to a deeper spiritual truth about the condition of the soul and the moving of the weights that bind the hearts and minds of those trapped in destructive lifestyles.
Movin Weight (A Story From the Streets) OST (2016)
01 – No Malice – Guilty
02 – Rod T & Tony B – Movin’ This Weight
03 – Late Night Ridin’
04 – Rod T, Tony B & Rasrok – Pray About It feat. Promise & Crystal Nicole
05 – No Malice – Best Believe It feat. MD Uno
06 – Set Trippin’
07 – Rod T, Tony B & Rasrok – Down To The Deep
08 – Rod T & Rasrok – Tears In The Jordan feat. Crystal Nicole
09 – Crystal Nicole – I’m Comin’ Home
10 – No Malice – Can’t Let Go feat. Promise & Crystal Nicole
A musical experience that takes you through the transformation process of someone who was trapped but now is delivered. “Movin Weight” is a central theme in the context of Rap music and inner city street culture. If you take a glance at Rap in the last twenty five years you will find a plethora of artists who have built their catalogs on glamorizing the sale of illegal narcotics. The dopeboy is and has been a popular character within the Rap music narrative. The more drugs you acquire and distribute the more street credibility you have and the more street credibility you have the more potent and relevant your Rap lyrics become.
The ability to effectively distribute your supply is referred to as “Movin Weight”. The mass distribution of narcotics, or “movin’ weight,” has been a central theme in the context of rap music and inner city street culture. Over the last 25 years, the genre has been inundated with musicians that have built their catalogs on glamorizing drugs. The dope boy is and has been a popular character within hip-hop music. The more drugs a dope boy can acquire and distribute, the more street credibility he gets. The more street credibility he has, the more potent and relevant his rap lyrics become.
No Malice – Best Believe It feat. MD Uno (16′)
Promise & Crystal Nicole – Pray About It (Instrumental) (16′)
The End Of Malice (Trailer) (2016)
“The End Of Malice” is an intoxicating, first-person narrative from an extraordinary artist confronting the dualities of fame and family, success in the dope game, and the demanding world of mainstream music. Told with revealing authenticity by Malice and insightful commentary by Pusha T and Pharrell Williams, this documentary transcends its subject matter and openly deals with subjects that have consumed mainstream culture.