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No Malice, f/k/a Malice (and still) of the Clipse, drops a new tune called “June,” featuring the vocals of Eric David. Pusha T’s older brother drops his spiritually refined bars over scintillating organs and a choice vocal sample of Frank Sinatra’s “That’s Life.”

“Judas kisses, lying to the misses/Racing to hit the street, looking for my mistress/Now look at me, looking for forgiveness, for trying to put my thing where I ain’t got no business,” spits No Malice. Even if Lil Wayne says any beef with Pusha T is dead, Mal still had his little bro’s back. Go back and peep the VA rapper’s sit down with The Breakfast Club; it’s one of the realest interviews ever.

Listen to and download “June,” which is set to appear on No Malice’s forthcoming solo mixtape called Hear Ye Him, down below. Re-Up Gang Records, too? Word.

Download: No Malice ft. Eric David – “June”


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