It's likely impossible for Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus to make a video that's not sexy on some level — we're talking about the people responsible for "Blurred Lines" and "We Can't Stop," respectively — but "Come Get It Bae" is more like a high-energy version of John Legend's "You And I" video, celebrating all the many "flavors" of women with a perfect edit and a even a little handheld Bolex
The secret to his happiness might be the hat. Or, maybe it's allowing himself to dream all day and all night about beautiful women. Lucky for Pharrell, he's got the means to fill his video with girls girls girls and lots of surreal style via elaborate set-pieces orchestrated by Luis Cerveró (of CANADA fame).
Here's how they pulled off the impressive visuals in Atoms For Peace "Before Your Very Eyes" with miniatures, 3D mapping, and what was likely Thom Yorke's least comfortable shoot since they almost drowned him in "No Surprises."
From Washington DC to the streets of East London, US indie hip-hop trio RDGLDGRN show their love for London. Channelling the city’s infamous football firms, Ronan Pollocks’s visuals feed off the bold sound of track ‘Lootin’ in London’ to give us a music video charged with authentic London attitude.
Director Ellis Bahl plays with perspective, time and other illusions as he abstractly illustrates a relationship at a fragile moment and shows that sometimes you're so close to something that you can't make out what's truly there.
If you're at all familiar with their respective videographies*, then you know that director Andreas Nilsson working with Robbie Williams and Dizzee Rascal is a dream combination. "Goin' Crazy" doesn't disappoint, updating the Quaprohenia Mods vs. Rockers into a gloriously absurd one-take parade of madness.
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