@softswellsmusic Awesome!!! Watch the video for "Within Reason" over at @Videostatic! https://t.co/IFltbQTXjg 23 hours 6 min ago
@daviddonihue WATCH IT: KSI "TRANSFORMING" (David N. Donihue, dir.) https://t.co/PPIajN7pyi via @VideoStatic 1 day 10 hours ago
@Videostatic Valentino Khan "Pump" (Dori Oskowitz, dir.) - NSFW- https://t.co/RBFMiFxZZO #video #musicvideo 1 day 19 hours ago
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Wzrd Yoshi "De Nada" (XIPHI, dir.)

Wxrd Yoshi - De Nada, directed by XIPHI, has been nominated for the Raindace Film Festical 2017 as best music video of the year.

New directing duo XIPHI - that's Melody Maker and Lauren Van Veen – have created an atmospheric showcase for Wzrd Yoshi's De Nada, set in a flat in a London tower block of a dystopian near-future that's been turned into a drugs factory.

KSI "TRANSFORMING" (David N. Donihue, dir.)

It is at 4 million views in the first few days. This video is about what you choose when you realize all the people who tell you that they are afraid you will fail, are actually afraid you’ll succeed. 

This is an ode to the spirit to fight for what you believe you are suppose to be doing for this world. While for UK rapper KSI, the treatment came from such a personal place, I am excited to share it with you and my regular supporters in the press as well. Here is my newest, a proud effort indeed.

Jimmy Whoo "Motel Music Part II" (Johnny Hardstaff, dir.)

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Motel Music Part II, a short film directed by Johnny Hardstaff for French artist Jimmy Whoo, closes out Whoo's Motel Music chapters (2014-2017) with a twisted tale about men and motors.

A lynchpin of the Parisian music scene, Jimmy Whoo is a renowned DJ, producer, and curator, and the founder of label Grand Ville Records. Whoo’s 2017 mixtape, Motel Music Part II, is the culmination of his time spent with other artists on the scene, and works in a mix of jazz, soul, and hip-hop influences, whilst maintaining the modern electronic feel for which he’s best known.

Loyle Carner "Sun of Jean" (Joao Retorta, dir.)

With his debut album ‘Yesterday’s Gone’ nominated for tonight prestigious Mercury prize, Loyle Carner releases the new video for ‘Sun of Jean’ with Joao Retorta back at the helm.  

A nostalgic, honest and delicate depiction of unconditional love between mothers and their sons, exquisitely executed by Joao.

Everything crossed for tonight, a worthy winner we reckon.