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MHz Legacy took 15 years to release their debut effort, the self-titled MHz Legacy via Man Bites Dog Records, and so it’s no surprise that, since release, the group hasn’t slowed down a bit. Following last week’s release of the video for “Somewhere,” a single with production helmed by the group’s in-house producer RJD2, the collective, comprised of rappers Copywrite, Tage Future, Jakki Da Motamouth, and Camu Tao (who passed away in 2008 following a battle with lung cancer), are now releasing a new video, this one for fan-favorite album cut “Mass Temple.”

Atop producer Jason Rose’s keys- and guitar-laden production, Copywrite opens with something of a mission statement, not only a testament for this song but for the group, for the album. “To whom this may, or may not, concern,” he begins, “we’re here. Fashionably late, by only 14 years. Been beat up; stayed up-beat through ungodly amounts of hate… Meanwhile, we lost a brother. I lost a father, lost a mother. Almost lost my mind.”

The video, directed by Dan Gotti plays off the somber theme of the song and places Copy and Tage in front of purple sky as the two emcees trade bars back and forth, each opening up about their personal failures and successes. “I expect to win,” raps Tage. “To not try is far worse than to fail in that/ Then telling that to my unborn child.”

  Mixtape D.L.
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