For Clipse fans looking for closure, this should pique some interest. Next year, No Malice (formerly Malice, legally Gene Thornton) will release a documentary in which he explores his quick pivot from drug dealing and rap to God. "For a moment it seemed fun," he says in this first teaser for The End Of Malice, which also features cameos from Pusha T, Pharrell, and Iceman. "But in 2009—knock knock knock—it was the Devil, and he was coming for his stuff back." It doesn't have a release date yet, but the above black-and-white trailer is certainly intriguing.