Miss May I Interview

Levi Benton from metalcore band Miss May I chats with WatchMojo at Vans Warped Tour about how they try to make inspirational rather than angry music, and the Monument re-release. He also discusses his R and B influences like Usher, Jamie Foxx and Justin Timberlake.

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