Honestly, it took me a couple listens and some thinking to appreciate this song and video. Then I remembered: 'No' Malice found religion. Can't hate on that! In the video for "June", you see what seems to be Malice bored of his former life style. I see it as him growing up. Starts the video lighting a cigar, definitely sum grown man ish. I'm proud of No Malice. Now we have one brother (Pusha T) giving us that street feel, and another giving us a different type of sound. I love em both. The Clipse forever.
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