Brian Beckwith

Anes "Love You Better" (Robert Styles, dir.)

LOVE YOU BETTER is the highly anticipated music video for European singer/songwriter Anes’s latest musical feat. The song showcases the artist’s strong Moroccan cultural influence, which brings an unique edge to the unforgettable pop track. The video delivers stunning visuals and a compelling story line. Its daringly controversial themes create a beautiful contrast to the upbeat and highly catchy pop anthem. 


Lil Durk "My Beyonce" (Robert Styles, dir.)

Lil Durk and Dej Loaf take their talents from the booth to the basketball court for their Love & Basketball-inspired video for "My Beyonce."

The rapping couple channels actors Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan in the Robert Styles-directed visual, particularly the scene from the 2000 film where the characters take it from the hoop to the bedroom for a steamy one-on-one match.


JENAUX f/ Pia Toscano "Renegades" (Robert Styles, dir.)

"Renegades" is a modern-day Bonnie & Clyde meets Robin Hood story that finds Jenaux and his ride-or-die girlfriend burglarizing posh mansions throughout the Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills, and Malibu. Director Robert Styles delivers a fun and cinematic film, all the while interweaving powerful performance shots of an incredible Pia Toscano as she delivers the song's epic vocals. The large production throughout the robberies is trumped by an even bigger ending and twist. 

Tritonal "Anchor" (Robert Styles, dir.)

After washing up on a beach after his boat crashed at sea along the coast of Northern California our protagonist suffers amnesia due to a blow to the head. his memory is jolted back with the discovery of a message in a bottle that his lover wrote for him. As his memory begins to come back, he races through the country side to find his way back home to his "Anchor" who is anxiously awaiting his return.