"Drone Bomb Me" might seem ripe for an overly political video, but artistic director Riccardo Tisci and director Nabil go for something totally different, enlisting supermodel Naomi Campbell for a devastatingly simple performance.
Don't mess with that nightmarish gang of marauding pop-n-lockers who look like the satanic counterpart to Jabbawockeez — unless you happen to be Pusha T or Dennis Rodman, who might actually be the same person.
Director.Editor - Eddie Alcazar
Producers - Eddie Alcazar, Javier Lovato
Dop - Danny Hiele
VFX - Ghost Town Media, Analog, Ignyte, Eddie Alcazar
Sound Design - John Black | CypherAudio
Microscope - Max Smoke
Color - Eddie Alcazar
Production Company - Helo
Exec Producers - Justin Moore-Lewy, Brendan Kiernan
Thanks to Panavision
Kendrick Lamar keeps troubles at bay during a long walk through the city thanks to good music, good vibes and a message of self-worth and love. Plus, it doesn't hurt that Ron "Mr Biggs" Isley is there to bless this revamp of his Isley Brothers classic "That Lady" (which you probably remember from many other usages).
Director Mike Piscitelli ensures you won't hear this new J. Cole single as just another love song, delivering a dark meditative tale set back in the rapper's Fayetteville, NC hometown. The basic set-up is a love triangle of sorts, involving Miguel and a beautiful woman, but J-Cole's solution is probably closer to what you'd expect in a Sopranos episode than in a video for a critically and commercially acclaimed hip-hop star.
James Blake takes a wooded walkabout to the ocean's edge in this gorgous new NABIL video. It's clearly a dreamscape, with death stalking Blake's every step and threatening to snatch him off to a forever slumber.