No Malice, former member of the duo The Clipse, is hitting the road. Even though No Malice isn’t rapping anymore, the older brother of Pusha T is showing off his new documentary The End Of Malice.

The first-person narrative tells a tale of fame, family and the dope game, a game that Malice left and searched for other fortunes. With appearances from Pharrell and brother Pusha T, The End Of Malice will hit select theaters, after each showing there will be a follow-up Q&A with Malice.

After the tour ends on March 10th, the documentary will air on Revolt TV on March 27th which will then be accompanied by a soundtrack. There is no date yet for the soundtrack but it will be available on Itunes.

Check out tour dates below.

Feb. 15: Evansville, IN – AMC 16

Feb. 16: Louisville, KY –  Cinemark Mall St. Matthews and XD

Feb. 17: St. Louis, MO – AMC Creve Coeur 12

Feb. 18 Chicago, IL – AMC Showplace Galewood 14

Feb. 22: New Orleans, LA – AMC Elmwood Palace 20

Feb. 23: Memphis, TN – Malco Studio on the Square

Feb. 24: Birmingham, AL – Carmike Vestavia Hills 10

Feb. 25: Atlanta, GA – AMC North DeKalb Mall 16

Feb. 29: Philadelphia, PA – Rave Cinemas University City 6

March 1: Newark, New Jersey – AMC Loews – Jersey Gardens 20 & IMAX

March 2: New York, NY – AMC Loews 19th St. East 6

March 3: Virginia Beach, VA – AMC Lynnhaven 18

March 7: Oklahoma City, OK – Quail Springs

March 8: Dallas, TX – AMC Northpark 15

March 9: Houston, TX – AMC Studio 30

March 10: Los Angeles, CA – Rave Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15


About The Author Jay Raw

Born and raised in the county of Kings.

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