Too Many T’s | 1992 PTII | Video

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Too Many T’s | 1992 PTII | Video


South London hip-hop duo Too Many T’s pay further homage to 1992.

Standaloft and Leon Rhymes are Too Many T’s, a south London hip-hop duo described on The Huffington Post as the UK’s answer to the Beastie Boys. The pair pay further homage to classic early nineties hip-hop with their new free-to- download single 1992 ptII, a follow up to 1992 from last years EP The T.P.

Dressed to impress the pair exhibit the same sense of fun that shines through in their live performances in this visual accompaniment for the track which sees the pair spliced with footage of some of hip-hop’s greatest names. Too Many T’s will be found on the UK festival circuit this summer including the Glastonbury opening ceremony as well as the main stage at Camp Bestival where the boys will be warming up for the legendary De La Soul. There will be another new single and video later in the year with a brand new album due in 2015.

Check out the video for 1992 ptII and download via soundcloud now.

 

And in case you missed it, here’s 1992 PtI.

 

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