"Grindin,' when you know what I keep in a lining..." You say Clipse and my next move is sing-songing that classic lyric. So I was definitely thrown for a loop when I heard Malice, one half of the Virginia rap duo, would be in Chicago to promote his new book 'Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked'. I caught up with Malice at PHLI in Hyde Park and boy does he keep it real in this interview and book. (The dude is super genuine and down-to-earth). Press play and find out about his life-changing experience in hip hop, the impetus for his book and why he's putting the whole (ugly) truth out there, how Pusha T felt about putting the group on hold, and what to look forward to from Malice and The Clipse.