Mark Steele Meets No Malice on the Museum in 'Grace of God' Premiere


With Mark Steele gearing as much as ship his It's Been a Minute album Friday (Oct. 12), the North Carolina native drops off the No Malice-assisted "Grace Of God" visible Billboard premiere on Monday (Oct. eight). The video follows within the footsteps of beforehand launched singles "Surprise" and "Good Time."

The Profound Sounds-produced clip kicks off with Steele greeting No Malice earlier than the pair head inside Virginia's Chrysler Museum of Art. ninth Wonder's protege heads to the constructing's rooftop alongside the Clipse member, the place the duo element persevering via every of their treacherous journeys, whereas remembering those misplaced alongside the way in which.

"There's normally two sort of individuals within the streets. The particular person bringing the motion, and particular person caught in the midst of the motion. Either method there's a lot of individuals from our neighborhoods that don't survive all of it," Steele tells Billboard. "This track and video represents that story. Starring two survivors that lived to inform it. Only due to God's Grace."

The Jay-Z-inspired artist can be slated to co-headline his It's Been A Minute album launch live performance at Drom in NYC alongside Virginia's personal No Malice on Friday (Oct. 12). Tickets are nonetheless accessible for simply $15 on Eventbrite. 

Watch the "Grace Of God" video beneath.