“I believe my brother and I…we can get together and pull off anything,” No Mal said. “But as far as my beliefs and as far as me facilitating anything that brings death, destruction and demise, I’m not going to do that.”
“Man, I would really love to,” Pusha T said when asked about reuniting with No Malice. “My brother is really on his mission right now…We had the 10th anniversary, 2012 of Lord Willin’. 30 dates, needless to say high dollar number. High dollar, already done. Two weeks before it’s time to go my brother was like ‘Nah, I don’t want to do it…I’m off that. I’m on my mission right now.’ It’s about Hear Ye Him. It’s about where he is spiritually. And he was like ‘Nah, I’m not gonna do it. Just go ‘head’…On top of those scenarios I just gave you, you got Pharrell saying ‘Hey, when y’all ready let’s go. And I think we should just do a two-sided—tell two stories.’ He was like ‘You do what you do, he do what he do, and that’s what we do.’ Kanye is like ‘Listen, I want to executive produce this and if you just want Pharrell to do the whole thing that’s fine. If not, I’ll just be here too.’ And he’s like ‘Not right now.’”
During an interview with HipHopDX recently, No Malice also discussed his relationship with his brother, Pusha, and the fact that they do not speak about music.
“What does he think of my new music?” No Malice said. “You know, we haven’t really talked about the new music. A friend of mine that he’s really close with, that we’re both close with, told me that he really likes the new music. But when my brother and I talk, we don’t talk about music—we really don’t. He won’t talk about my album, and I won’t talk about his album. Yesterday, we talked on the phone for a long time, but we don’t talk about music for some strange reason.”