Eminem as Max Headroom is the perfect visual metaphor for Eminem as a Perfect Rap Android, but director Rich Lee also takes the "man x machine" idea into lots of other areas, with just the right amount of divinity for our Rap God...
The presence of Christina Aguilera on this gorgously stripped-down pop ballad threatens to drown out brainy NYC duo A Great Big World, much in the same way that not many people noticed Mikky Ekko on his similarly fantastic Rihanna collaboration.
That said, Christina has already invited them to perform with her on The Voice, while also providing the name recognition that will open many mainstream radio and pop radio doors. And, unsuprisingly, she hits all the notes perfectly.
The late David Carradine appears as an ominous guardian angel of sorts in this long in-production video, warning OURS frontman Jimmy Gnecco that he'll need to go it along. Director Michael Maxxis keeps things mostly dark and imagistic, but you eventually sense that Carradine's dire predicton might not necessarily be a curse.
Fans get a special shout-out in this live video from Swedish House Mafia member Sebastian Ingrosso. The focus is on the contest winners from around the world who got into a special NYC concert, with director Christopher Sims emphasizing their POV over the typical "Lord of the Dance" vibe of most EDM imagery.