All four paths of the 2016 NCAA Tournament lead to Houston.
So, who better to roll out the red carpet for the national title game on April 4 than legendary MC and H-Town ambassador Scarface?
Bleacher Report recently tabbed the rhyme-slinging veteran to narrate its Journey to March Madness: The Path to Houston trailer for this year's tourney and it has 'Face grimly speaking the facts over DMX's dark "Intro" instrumental.
"Look me in my eyes. Tell me what you see," Scarface begins over the brooding drums. "I see the path to March Madness. Every player's path has an origin, a beginning, a rite of passage. A field of cracks, crevices and creativity."
While Face speaks his gospel, the clip does a great job flashing some star players' hometowns, including Oklahoma's Buddy Hield (Freeport, Bahamas), Duke's Brandon Ingram (Kingston, North Carolina) and Michigan State's Denzel Valentine (East Lansing, Michigan), to name a few.
"First steps began on an outdoor blacktop, through high school hallways and tournament showcases," Scarface continues. "Skills were adopted and styles were created. And four of these grinding roads will lead you to that one final destination — Houston, my city, my home."
Talk that talk, Face Mob!
The only thing that would top this is Scarface performing at halftime of the championship game.
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