Back in October, MHz Legacy made a triumphant return, delivering a self-titled debut album that fans had been waiting nearly 15 years to receive – and MHz Legacy didn’t disappoint. The crew – Copywrite, Tage Future, Camu Tao, Jakki Da Motamouth, and RJD2 – delivered an album, via Man Bites Dog Records, that cashed in on the years of promise that the artists, collectively and individually, had shown, and joining the crew was a bevy of talented guests, including rappers like Danny Brown, Slug (of Atmosphere), and La Coka Nostra, along with a list of producers that included Harry Fraud, !llmind, Marco Polo, and more. Since release, and even into the new year, MHz Legacy has continued to deliver fans new music videos from the album, and today, that trend continues with the video for “Out Of Room.”
The song stars Tage Future, who takes a solo opportunity over a whipping, winding beat from RJD2, using the track to show off a series of complex flows and slick lines. The video, directed by Dan Gotti and premiered today by Potholes In My Blog, is a well-done series of fast-edit performance clips, each cut keeping up with the frantic pace of RJ’s instrumental and Tage’s verses.
Watch the video for “Out Of Room” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ6s_qwiMqg
Potholes In My Blog premiered the video, and more info can be found here: http://potholesinmyblog.com/mhz-legacy-out-of-room-potholes-video-premiere/