There's a vintage Kung-Fu vibe to this new Migos video, including a lengthy fight sequence, bloopers over the end credits, and lots of quick camera whips to match the whiptastic nature of the song itself.
Dreams comes true in this super slomo (or, very fast, depending on your perspective) retelling of Jeff Lynne's life from childhood to success with ELO, working with fellow music legends on the Traveling Wilburys and on into the present tense.
Ditmas may be in refence to the Brooklyn neighborhood, but the view finds us in the lovely fields of the Kiev countryside with a horse-whispering warrior and a folk-turned-rock band performing in the round.
Alex Southam, director:: "The Cossack character (Evgeniy) in the video is a genuine cossack raised within a cossack community - part of his work now is to break and train horses so was the perfect subject for our film. Whilst the shoot was pretty brutal and unforgiving - particularly for our hero - we captured something really special, no more so than the moments in the final third of the video where our hero finally becomes one with the horse."
Here's a way to make the most out of one location, but keep in mind it involves some of the most thrilling and impossible camera moves you've ever seen as we see whether this will be the song to save Labrinth's life.