@Videostatic RT : I am beyond excited to announce that I’ve officially signed with Hound Content for music videos and commercials!!… https://t.co/4dxEDjSQkS 1 day 12 hours ago
@Videostatic Bastille "Quarter Past Midnight" (Austin Peters, dir.) https://t.co/wuc38d4L1s 1 day 15 hours ago
@Videostatic Christina Aguilera f/ Demi Lovato "Fall In Line" (Luke Guilford, dir.) https://t.co/mmGTqEUuaa 1 day 20 hours ago
@Videostatic Zayn "Entertainer" (David M Helman, dir.) https://t.co/71bDggw80C 1 day 17 hours ago
@Videostatic Lykke Li "Hard Rain" (Anton Tammi, dir.) https://t.co/SpV2kH1V1S 1 day 21 hours ago
@Videostatic Jennifer Lopez f/ DJ Khaled, Cardi B "Dinero" (Joseph Kahn, dir.) https://t.co/7lKmuIPvah 1 day 19 hours ago
@Videostatic Boogie "Self Destruction" (Justice Baiden, dir.) https://t.co/htlHMdPLm7 13 hours 37 min ago

GloriaFX

Katy Perry f/ Nicki Minaj "Swish Swish" (Dave Meyers, dir.)

Just when it seems like Katy Perry and team are gonna stumble, they pull off a slam dunk. "Swish Swish" is a star-studded, comedic basketball romp that's massive, but also laced with perfect details that keeps pushing to absurd new heights over its 6+ minute runtime. Cameos of note include Molly Shannon, Terry Shannon, announcers Rich Eisen and Bill Walton, football star Rob Gronkowski, Doug The Pug, and, of course, Backpack Kid.

VFX Company GloriaFX Opens Los Angeles Office

Executive Producer Max Chyzhevskyy of post production company GloriaFX announces the opening of a new branch in Los Angeles.

GloriaFX is an international company whose core business is  video post production VFX, visual effects, computer graphics and 3D animation.  GloriaFX specializes in creating advanced visual effects for music video, feature films, TV shows and commercials. Also, GloriaFX hasa huge possibilities in video beauty work.

Melanie Fiona "Wrong Side..." (Larenz Tate, dir.)

Melanie Fiona "Wrong Side Of A Love Song" [Official Video]

There's some star power behind this new Melanie Fiona — it premiered on Jay-Z's Life+Times site, stars Omari Hardwick, and was directed by actor Larenz Tate  (Menace II Society and lots more) — but the video would stand alone even without those talking points.