Structured to feel more like a documentary about a love triangle than a traditional music video, "The River" stars Eminem at his most candid and personal life, even if he consistently remains one post-modern twist ahead of the viewer.
Following his Mercury Prize nomination for Common Sense, J Hus releases his new video for 'Spirit' from Black Dog Films director Hugo Jenkins.
Shot in Jamestown, Accra, in Ghana, Hugo captures the towns’ energy with some arresting visuals of J Hus amidst the community at work and play.
Of the video Hugo said: “I wanted to capture this spirit but also keep the essence of who J Hus is. Capturing Hus on a miniature journey through Accra, meeting people and ending on an intimate show to me felt like the most authentic approach”.
For Everything Everything ‘Can’t Do’ Holly loved the idea of creating something dark, a horror film of sorts to harness the energy of the track in another light. She wanted to use dirt, creating a world seemingly locking it’s characters inside... it felt fitting due to the current political climate to create an inescapable place, more and more people being reborn, turning into things they never imagined. The band are represented in the form of masks which add to the surreal feel of the film.
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.
*And if you're not, hit the search bar above and troll those archives...
The "everything old is new again" adage is alive and well in both the music and images of this clip from German DJ Tensnake. He's not shown here, but vocalist Syron is. Acrylic fingernails, the hoop earrings, what may or may not be K-Swiss sneaks, single pastel-colored graphics, dance moves people of all ages could likely do: They're all here.