So while, his brother, Pusha T, enjoys the freedoms and perks of his solo career with G.O.O.D. Music, Malice is definitely making some changes in his life. One change in particular he wants to make is his stage name!

After going through a serious religious transformation, Malice has decided that he does not want to be affiliated with pseudonym  any longer.

In an interview with Ruby Hornet TV, he explained:

I’m not a malicious person, and I don’t really like answering to that. I know that people that follow The Clipse or follow my music, they know Malice, so I understand that, I get that… But you don’t want to be under any moniker that’s of evil intent, that’s not you. I come to more believe that there’s so much power in the tongue. The power of the tongue is life and death, so I believe if you are what you fall under whether it’s in your subconscious or not. It’s just me trying to clean up a little bit. But I haven’t thought of that name yet. So Malicious is what it is right now.”

Malice is now on his promo trail for his book, Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked, which features the experiences of his religious transformation. Though Malice is moving away from his name and has reformed his life.

He does not look back at his drug-related music with any amount of regret or disdain. In fact, he explains: “I’m even more so proud of it because it has presented me with this platform here. If I had not have had the first platform, I wouldn’t have this platform, so they all play a part with each other. It’s about evolving, it’s about growing and nothing stays the same.

Can’t knock his outlook on his career now, I just wonder what will be the name he chooses.