The Clipse Reflect On The Streets, Rap In Documentary

Trendsetting rap collective The Clipse had their musical rise and tumble profiled in the CNN short documentary “Brother’s Keeper.”

Composed of biological brothers Malice and Pusha T, the Virginia-based group has released four albums together. Their last release as a duo was in 2009 with Til the Casket Drops.

Bill Weir of CNN Tonight talked to both brothers about their past in the drug game, rise to fame, what brought forth their hiatus, and current endeavors.  Check out the 15-minute short documentary below.

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