Bronx rap trio The Legion take us again to “1980 Something” of their new video that depicts the nice, the unhealthy, and the ugly from that decade together with Ronald Reagan’s flawed drug conflict and larger-than-life events.
To seize the vibe of New York City (and the nation at massive) within the ‘80s, the Double Dog Films crew did a stellar job of mixing footage from that period with pictures of The Legion posted up within the BX. As Molecules, DiceMan, and Chucky Smash cross the mic forwards and backwards all through the monitor, you see pictures of Reagan, drug busts, stay performances, wild outfits, and a lot extra that encapsulated that point interval.
What’s extra, you get to witness the vitality and keenness of the three emcees of The Legion. They can’t assist however grin as they spit their bars on the digicam and seamlessly transfer from one member’s raps to the following. The “1980 Something” video is a extremely partaking and entertaining glimpse of what The Legion has in retailer on their new album, Three The Bronx Way. While you look forward to that launch, remember to maintain their debut LP, Theme + Echo = Krill, in rotation—an album that continues to be as dope immediately because it was again in ‘94.
Check out the visuals for “1980 Something,” and head over to your preferred retailer to pre-orderThree The Bronx Way, obtain/stream and vinyl. The 11 monitor LP which incorporates visitor options from Dres (of Black Sheep), Sadat X, Beneficence and extra, is due out Feb 01 via Legion Records, distributed by Fat Beats.