Come along on a misty mountain hop (see what I did there?) with Lana Del Rey and guest Father John Misty. It's a bit long (11 minutes) and trippy (acid), but the ending water ballet sequence washes away any fears that FJM is gonna go full Manson (Charles) in this Topanga vision quest.
An apcalyptic and surreal journey through The Weeknd's recent video iconography, augmented by the GoPro spherical VR system that works in most browsers and mobile players. Go ahead and explore, because The Weeknd is surrounded by so much mayhem that you probably won't mind the brief runtime.
Welcome to Morrocco... Home to a bareknuckle brawler with the savegery of an uncaged dog, a trigger happy girlfriend with poor aim, a relentless avenger, and a magical sect carrying what may be the modern day holy grail — aka the one-of-a-kind secret Wu-Tang album The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, which maybe you'll get to hear in Heaven.
The second annual Prism Prize, celebrating the best Canadian music videos, took place last night in Toronto.
Director Emily Kai Bock took home the $5,000 Grand Prize for her masterful narrative Arcade Fire "Afterlife" video. Director Kheaven Lewandowski won the audience prize via online voting for The Belle Game "River" video.
Creative team Scott Cudmore and Michael Leblanc received the inaiugural Arthur Lipsett Award, established to recognize an innovative and unique approach to music video art; Director Floria Sigismondi received the inagural Special Achievement Award.
He sells flowers on a streetcorner all day, comes home for a spaghetti dinner, prodding his youngest son to speak spanish and his eldest to spare him a drive to his friend's house. At nightfall they all mine different dreamscapes, but she's at the center of all of them — only existing in their thoughts until they hopefully meet on the other side.
John Legend just made the greatest wedding video ever. (Sorry, Jill and Kevin).
Shot practically on the eve of Legends's nuptials with model/wife/costar Chrissy Teigen, director NABIL captures the two in lush b&w footage, letting them drift under the currents of forever love, and then capping the clip with a piece of their actual wedding.
How do you follow-up the Harlem Shake? First, you get Jay-Z and rap producer JustBlaze on-board. And instead of inspiring a viral dance craze, you let director NABIL follow his muse to India for a mini-movie in which students of the Viswabharath Kalari Sangam martial arts school decide to teach their elders the true way of a warrior.
Director Mike Piscitelli ensures you won't hear this new J. Cole single as just another love song, delivering a dark meditative tale set back in the rapper's Fayetteville, NC hometown. The basic set-up is a love triangle of sorts, involving Miguel and a beautiful woman, but J-Cole's solution is probably closer to what you'd expect in a Sopranos episode than in a video for a critically and commercially acclaimed hip-hop star.