Word Is Bond: Watch 007-Themed Rap Cypher Inspired by New Bond Film "Spectre"

Underground emcees Skyzoo, Stro and CJ Fly play the legendary secret agent in a NYC rooftop cypher

What else can be said about James Bond that hasn't already been stated?

The man is a legend amongst legends, and his women, cars, clothes and gadgets have been the envy of just about every living man over the better part of the last century.

With a new Bond movie opening this week, DJBooth (along our friends over at Complex) decided to pay homage to 007 the only way we know how, by taking three of New York's hottest and most respected underground emcees to a rooftop in Brooklyn - dressed to the nines in fresh tuxedos, of course - for a Bond-themed cypher.

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DJ Envy manned the wheels of steel while Booth-approved rhymesayers Skyzoo, Stro and Pro Era's CJ Fly each took turns on the mic ripping up an original beat from the Booth's resident DJ/producer T-GUT, inspired by the film's soundtrack.

Spectre, the latest film in the Bond franchise starring Daniel Craig, hits theatres this Friday, November 6. You can pre-order the soundtrack today via iTunes.