The video starts with a gun being waved around playfully. That's the tone, in one shot: Montana of 300 and Talley of 300 have dropped the single from their forthcoming album, Gunz N Roses, and it's driven by the same reckless, breathless energy that has made Montana one of the most sought-after young rappers in Chicago--a list that hundreds of young men and women are clamoring to be on. "MFs Mad" marries Talley's melodies to Montana's gruff approach, and serves as a pointed single that should throw a wrench into some year-end critics' lists. Montana is best known for "Ice Cream Truck" and more recently for his appearance on Fox's Empire. He was able to parlay the latter into a working relationship with the legendary producer Rick Rubin; he was pictured in the Def Jam founder's studio this fall.