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Run the Jewels, "Legend Has It"
Run The Jewels: Legend Has It (Official Video)
VIDEO PREMIERE! Rap super-duo Run The Jewels premiere “Legend Has It”, the first video from their universally lauded album Run The Jewels 3. Directed by esteemed talent and old compatriot Brian Beletic (who previously helmed El-P’s classic “Deep Space 9mm” video), the clip portrays the duo in a police lineup, which they suspect might just be a set up. The acid they just dropped isn’t helping, either. Director Brian Beletic states: “The video for ‘Legend Has It’ plays with the theme of guilty until proven innocent. We live in a world where the stronger the truth the greater the opposition. In this story EL-P and Killer Mike are in a police lineup and the cards are stacked heavily against them. But why is that?” And for Run the Jewels, “this video is a worst nightmare scenario. High on acid and caught in the system. Pitted against icons of innocence in a police line up that doesn't feel real. No bunnies were hurt in the making of this video.” Look out for more videos to come from Run the Jewels... Credits: Director: Brian Beletic Producer: Terry Gallagher, Dennis Beier Executive Producer: Drew Santarsiero Production Company: SMUGGLER DP: Ryley Brown Production Designer: David Skinner Costume: Lindy McMichael, Matt Goldman Assistant Director: George Nessis Editor: Sam Ostrove VFX - Autonomous, Andy Bate Executive Producer (RTJ): Amaechi Uzoigwe For more Run the Jewels, please visit www.runthejewels.com Pick up RTJ3: http://rtj3.io/getitFA Special thanks to Smuggler Films and Adult Swim (c) Run the Jewels, Inc.Posted by Run The Jewels on Wednesday, March 22, 2017
The duo, high on acid, is placed in a suspicious police line-up that includes not just a nun, blind man, and seemingly innocent little girl, but multiple versions of the rappers themselves making their odds of being released even lower.
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