Francis Wallis teams up with Naughty boy and Calum Scott to create an electric new video for “Undo”. The video highlights society’s addiction to screen culture, showing the importance of living in the moment and connecting with one another. The isolation screens often create acting as the platform for a young group to make an active change.
The visual was a reawakening for Jasmine, positioning herself in a slightly different realm with a beautiful new sound. Working closely with choreographer Darcy Wallace we wanted the movement to reflect the themes of loyalty, separation and then finally freedom and independence. We filmed on a brutally cold day in December at Chatham Historic which is an epic space. Special thanks to Nicola Sheppard at Atlantic who gave me the freedom to collaborate closely with Jasmine to sculpt the creative.
It was evident from the start that this video needed to be shot out in Brazil. The track itself features a big Brazilian star Ludmilla, female US Rapper Bia and of course Maejor whose song it is. Maejor has a strong personal connection with the country following the huge success of “Vai Malandra” (310 million views and counting) and Rio seemed like the perfect place to shoot his next video.
Something a little special coming your way this Friday. Feast your eyes on Adriaan Louw’s newest film for Riky Rick’s “I Can’t Believe It” follows a raging gang as they carry out plans to reclaim the streets of Johannesburg.
Aella Jordan-Edge takes us to the London nightclub scene to film Matoma’s ‘Lonely’ ft. MAX. With an “imaginary friend” concept at its core, this music video was inspired by Aella’s love for the classic film, ‘Harvey’. We follow the journey of two dancers, never knowing if the girl in this romantic duo is real, or just a figment of his imagination.
Sashinski interprets themes of loneliness, solitude, love, loss and freedom through a sequence of black and white portraiture for Alex Hepburn’s ‘I Believe’. Shooting performances of Alex in the studio, as well as in large empty spaces intercut with vignettes featuring streetcast and filmed in-and-around Broadway Market characters.
From the director:The track's called "Skin" and it has a really soulful melody. With that in mind I wanted to experiment with textures, materials and reflections, shooting through them and against them under dynamic lighting. Taya was a dream to work with, we framed her as an alluring yet isolated and pensive figure which worked nicely with the video's aesthetic.
Tinie Tempah and director Craig Moore have teamed up again, heading over to the Caribbean to shoot this fun, scenic video for Mamacita, featuring the up-and-coming Wizkid.
Shot in the Dominican Republic, Tinie tries on a bit of Latin flavour as he rides through the barrios in a Mustang - serenading all the beautiful women while collecting bags of cash from them. But by the end of the video, it appears the glitz and glamour of drug cartel life might have been too good to be true.
A charismatic gang of West London rude boys walk the streets of London, defend their turf from a gang of rude girls and break out into excellent, spontaneous dancing in Sashinski's lively new video for London artists Star.One's track Original Badman.
Tinie Tempah is back with this sexy video for his track Girls Like, shot in a colourful street in South Africa.
It's a nicely shot, fun-loving clip capturing some good times under the sun, with plenty of great dance moves, stunts and twerking, out on a hot day as well as at the club where the party continues into the night.
An impressively cinematic clip for Danish band Phlake, shot in Cape Town by Sashinski for their song Pregnant, starts with the tension of a bank robbery, and then flashes back to the same man behind the motorcycle helmet, working as a cook at a diner, then meeting and falling for a newly-employed waitress.
After a steamy romance, the pair move in together and the waitress falls pregnant, and the pressures begin - especially as it coincides with him being laid off work. Which then brings us back to the bank robbery which starts the video...