Independent Bay Area-based hip-hop group MacArthur Maze recently put out their debut group album, Blvck Saturday, an 11-track project that captures the essence of pure unadulterated hip-hop. Their latest endeavour is the visuals for the song "Panther Bruce Lee", a hard-hitting barebones track filled with rich percussions and moody cinematic strings underpinned by vivid rap schemes from Ian Kelly, D. Bledsoe and Champ Green. No stone is left unturned as they pass the mic back and forth on the groovy soundscape laid before them.
The video was both shot and edited by NOBL, a member of Mac Maze who further proves the point that this is one of the best squads doing it right now. He utilizes a mixture of straight-ahead performance visuals with clever editing techniques to capture the raw energy and creative spirit of “Panther Bruce Lee.”
Independent Bay-area-based hip-hop ensemble and crew, Macarthur Maze is an 11-man collective helmed by veteran turntablist and producer, DJ D Sharp, emcees Blvck Achilles, Champ Green, D.Bledsoe, Jane Handcock, Ian Kelly, and Roux Shankle and producers S. Komanski, DJ Basta, and NOBL.
Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support Mac Maze’s debut LP, Blvck Saturday, out now via Table5 Music Group.