The song “Legendary,” a culmination of skill of Aurora IL emcee Nique (who showcases his ill his Rap skills) and slick producer Maze Rockwell (at the helm on a very nice beat) is a first-rate song with a catchy beat and on point rhymes. Director Don Alexander created an illustrious video that goes well with the song. It’s an enjoyable vid, with not too much of a plot line or overwhelming visuals to take away from the actual impact of the music. It is all done quite well, and captures your attention with ease.
In the vid, we see Nique rapping amongst the spray painted walls of an abandoned warehouse. Nothing new or groundbreaking is featured in this vid—just the same old gritty scenes of the city, the typical close up shot of Nique’s expensive watch, etc– but interesting all the same. The song is on point, and Nique is a talented Rap artist. His vocal tone reminds me of someone like Nas. And the scene that ties everything together is the shot of Nique wearing a sweatshirt with the images of Rap greats Tupac and Biggie printed on the front. These are the “legends” that the song is paying homage to— those who paved the way so young artists like Nique can come along with their own style of Rap music.
I enjoyed the vid for “Legends.” Although nothing great or exciting occurs in the visuals, the song is tight and the vid complements the music. If you are looking for a new, talented artist, check out this vid! Get more from Nique on Twitter!