@kevathens There are a ton of new clips - Klasfeld, Andelman, Drew Kirsch 1 day 4 hours ago
@kevathens There are a ton of new clips - Klasfeld, Andelman, Drew Kirsch 1 day 4 hours ago

Josh Shadid

Yung Pinch "Nightmares" (Mike Diva, dir.)

Lord Danger’s Mike Diva, known for vibrant and wildly original films that blend animation and live action, has teamed up with rappers Yung Pinch and Lil Skies to create a haunting neo-future music video for their new track, "Nightmare.” Set to a song about heartbreak stemming from one’s inner demons, the video employs Japanese and anime inspired imagery to create a world where our troubles manifest and materialize into the masks we wear — and where the damage done is deadly.

Madison Beer f/ Offset "Hurts Like Hell" (Mike Harris, dir.)

Madison Beer’s new single “Hurts Like Hell ft. Offset” makes its debut today in an intense new music video directed by Lord Danger’s Mike Harris. Concepted by Madison and Harris, the piece harnesses the emotional power of Beer’s song in a story of abuse upended by a mightier force.  Fear of emboldened women has been politically framed as witchcraft for centuries, and “Hurts Like Hell” confronts this directly.

Niki & Gabi "Sleep it Off" (Aaron Grasso, dir.)

In anticipation of their upcoming debut EP “Individual,” YouTube sensations Niki & Gabi channel their Opposite Twin identities in a new music video “Sleep It Off” produced by Lord Danger and Directed by Aaron Grasso.  Pop perfection awash in a sultry and colorful moodscape, “Sleep it Off” is advice worth listening to, again and again.

View it here: https://vimeo.com/279109083

Major Lazer "Scare Me" (Brandon Dermer, dir.)

You know how the credit sequences are arguably the best part of Jame Bond movies? Well, the ending credits of this Major Lazer video steal the show here, but don't let that diminish the genius of this entire endeavor. Action star Terry Crews is so perfectly cast as Major Lazer that I hope this ass-kicking mission is merely a video/pilot for a TV series — especially so we can continue to see Nick Kroll put a nebbishy spin on the John Bosley role of Cinco Commander.