The undefeated Chiefs travel to Denver to take on the Broncos and Peyton Manning on Sunday and many fans are celebrating their winning team in fun ways.
Roy Scott is one of those fans who feels the spirit of the 9-0 Chiefs. He says hip hop and the Chiefs are a winning combination.
"What we do is we just take urban hip hop beats and we take some of the pop culture beats, put a clean message behind them about education, health and wellness, sports, just making it fun and cool to be positive and that's really how the whole H3 movement started," Scott said.
That movement includes the Tomahawk Chop production.
"Obviously, with the Chiefs' tradition, Tomahawk Chop, that's something we've been doing forever so I figured I'd put a little fun, a little hip hop twist on it, but just keep it real simple," Scott said.
At the Chiefs/Texans game, local fans gladly got involved in a music video filmed in the Arrowhead Stadium parking lot centered on the tradition. The beat-driven, Chiefs' salute even got national attention.
"ESPN The Magazine is actually going to be coming along for the road trip to Denver," Scott said, explaining they would tag along and highlight the diehard Chiefs fans as they road tripped to Colorado on a bus.
Scott is part of a local duo that combines kid's music and hip hop. H3 stands for Healthy Hip Hop.
Click here to watch the full Tomahawk Chop (Chiefs Anthem) video.
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