The Legion’s slick new video for “Drop The Beat” showcases the Bronx rap trio doing what they do finest, delivering intelligent braggadocio over funky manufacturing on the streets of New York.
There’s a uncooked, minimalist really feel to the visuals directed by Pritt Kalsi that basically enhances the general vibe of the veteran trio. Group members Cee-Low The Diceman, Molecules (who additionally produced the monitor), and Chucky Smash have a low-key bravado that’s neither in-your-face nor contrived. Rather, it’s a well-earned confidence that makes their rhymes extra genuine and actual, and that sentiment carries on all through the video.
In addition to highlighting every member’s verse, “Drop The Beat” exhibits like to the streets that raised and influenced The Legion. Namely, all three members publish up on one of many borough’s most well-known locale, Westchester Ave (by the Soundview/Morrison Ave 6 prepare), to spit bars concerning the previous and the current. It’s the rhymes about their historical past which have probably the most influence because of some smooth modifying on the manufacturing aspect, which features a photograph of Molecules from years again when he spits, “And I had that big-ass chain/ It was glistenin’.”
Check out the visuals and head over to the retail outlet of your choice to help their lengthy awaited sophomore LP, Three The Bronx Way—out there now on vinyl and thru all main DSPs Legion Records, distributed by Fat Beats! Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all of your music and leisure information.