No Malice drops visuals for his retrospective and informative track “Bury That”. From his debut album Here Ye Him which dropped earlier this year, he sheds light regarding his relationship with his brother Pusha T. As a Christian, maybe I’m a little more sympathetic to the plight of No Malice. This industry is meant to be your God, period. It is increasingly difficult to be a successful musician and a Christian. But art intimidates life I guess, we live in a society where living as a Christian seems to be almost impossible. Pressure attacks you from all angles; stress, pride and envy are but a few tools which can be used to throw someone off their paths. And once you are on the right path, people are quick to throw stones and put everything in your live under a microscope. I suppose being a Christian means being perfect to some. Lord, knows I am certainly not that. I applaud No Malice for maintaining his faith and being in the open about it. Embrace your past and use it to build. Through our mishaps we can teach those behind us to not make the same mistakes. We can build instead of destroy.