Too Many T’s Shoot A Video, On An iPhone, Straight To Facebook Live

Too Many T’s Shoot A Video, On An iPhone, Straight To Facebook Live


And it’s better than a lot of music videos out there. Too Many T’s nail a one shot music video for the track Hang Tight.

Cheeky hip-hop duo, Too Many T’s, are always pushing the boundaries as DIY artists. Their forthcoming new album, South City, is testament to that ethos. Self-funded, written, produced and distributed the album drops on September 15th.

Utilising the resources available to them, and embracing social media as a valuable marketing tool, Leon Rhymes and Standaloft have created something unique. Shot on an iPhone in a single take, the pair choreographed a music video for the track Hang Tight on the morning of the shoot and recorded it directly to Facebook Live.

The result is better than a lot of videos shot on a camera, with a budget.  Enjoy.


HANG TIGHT (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

***HANG TIGHT MUSIC VIDEO***This video was shot in one take, on an iPhone, straight to Live on here, after planning it all on the day! Had some pretty annoying glitches in the live stream, so here it is, in all it's glory 🙌🏼Massive props to everyone who gave up their time to be in the shoot and helped make this video so special – if it wasn't for you lot, it would have just been two knob heads in a park. Big ❤Listen —> http://listen.platoon.ai/hang-tight Album pre-order —> https://toomanyts.lnk.to/southcityTour tickets —> http://toomanyts.com/#gigsSpecial thanks to Fly By Bars for bringing their bar down!

Posted by Too Many T's on Sunday, August 6, 2017


This video for Hang Tight is a very different prospect to the T’s last effort for the track God Save The T’s which you can see here.

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Too Many T’s debut album, South City, is available to pre-order now from toomanyts.com and you can stream Hang Tight here.

About Too Many T’s | Branded by The Huffington Post as the U.K’s answer to the Beastie Boys, Too Many T’s brand of boom-bap hip-hop is mostly upbeat, bouncy and indelibly catchy. Leon Rhymes and Standaloft have charisma and charm on stage as well as a talent for infecting the crowd with their positivity that connects the audience to the performers. They’re funny too.



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