Roosh Williams Reminds All That Mortal Kombat Is Always Relevant (Video)

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Houston, Texas MC Roosh Williams has been abuzz for a hot minute. Gearing up for his latest album, after a few DIY efforts, Unorthodox, the rapper shows why he earns that title. Although there’s some regional and local elements to his music, Roosh’s delivery isn’t what the latest crop of H-Town spitters typically employ.

For the video, “Unorthodox” calls back to the early ’90s Mortal Kombat. Channeling Subzero, Roosh battles himself (as Double R), and looks for that “Fatality” in this stylized, catchy, and to the point video. Make note of one to watch for 2-0-1-5.

Part of this kind of feels like the original Sway & King Tech “Anthem,” featuring guys like Tech N9ne, Eminem, Xzibit ahead of their time alongside Kool G Rap, Pharaohe Monch, and Chino XL, no?

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