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Zwangere Guy "Guy Funk" (SALSA, dir.) [NSFW]

Zwangere Guy (Pregnant Guy in Dutch) is currently gearing up to release his forthcoming album “Wie Is Guy?” (“Who is Guy?”). The Brussels-based rapper just released “Guy-Funk”, the 3rd single taken from his upcoming project. The track shows off his funky side alongside fellow Belgian rapper Darrell Cole & soulstress Selah Sue (curiously 8 months pregnant). 

In a surreal and eerie story helmed by the directing duo SALSA, the trio gave birth to an intriguingly-freakish-visceral music video.

 

By Guto SALSA on February 11, 2019 @ 12:36pm PST

LANY "Thick And Thin" (Isaac Ravishankara, dir.)

A one-take video that certainly has a bit of that "how'd they do that" vibe, but never at the expense of making a point about memory and heartbreak.

Isaac Ravishankara, director: "The video is a story about former lovers. A girl thinking, about an ex, and needing to get away from everyone else and find solitude at a sunset beach. While the guy surreally follows her journey - from the back of her car and down to the sand, until ultimately letting her go.

The idea of capturing the video in a single, uncut shot was introduced as a way to celebrate both the magic and the moment in time. And when I introduced the concept to Paul, he was immediately on board - we were going to find a way to do this for real.

What came next was a nearly month-long search for the perfect route: a starting location, a west-facing highway, and a journey to the beach that could be timed out to the structure of the song. Getting what felt like a thousand permits and clearing a million logistical hurdles. And figuring out a way for Paul to be able to safely remain on the car as it gets from point A to B at way too fast of a speed.

The final result is a nearly five minute shot, covering more than 2 miles driving at over 40 mph. No stitching, no painting, no special effects. It took a ton of effort from a ton of amazing people collaborating to pull this off - and we hope that when you watch it, you don't notice any of it and just get lost in the moment."