TAYA FT. YXNG BANE 'SOBER' DIRECTED BY SILENT TAPES

18/08/2017

Silent Tapes' are on fire this year, check out their latest video for 'Sober' by Taya ft. Yxng Bane.

P!NK 'WHAT ABOUT US' DIRECTED BY GEORGIA HUDSON

16/08/2017

Georgia Hudson makes her incredible splash on the international stage, with the brand new music video 'What About Us' for US pop music icon P!nk.  Combining an emotional narrative, explosive raw performance, colour, fashion and dance, 'What About Us' feels as big as the song, while also leaving room for moments of intimacy and emotional depth.  P!nk, who later this month will be honoured with the Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 MTV VMA's, strengthens her music video legacy with Georgia's powerful, cinematic and timely film.

WRETCH 32 'WHISTLE' FT DONAE'O, KOJO FUNDS

14/08/2017

The irrepressible Joao Retorta at Bullion steps up to direct the new video 'Whistle' by Wretch 32 ft Donae'o, Kojo Funds.

KELELA 'LMK' DIRECTED BY ANDREW THOMAS HUANG

09/08/2017

'LMK' is a battle cry and the video, directed by longtime Björk collaborator Andrew Thomas Huang, is a surreal visual that sees Kelela moving through hazy, club-like environments with authority and a take-no-prisoners attitude. Reflecting on the video, Huang says, "We wanted make a video that showcases the multiplicity of who Kelela is and who she has the potential to be. The video is essentially a grand unveiling featuring Kelela wearing different wigs and guises as she pushes through the club with her friends, ultimately revealing herself at the end of the video. The message of this video is empowerment: it's for the girls, for anyone whose heart has been trampled on and deserves to go out and feel good about themselves. It's a call to action, demanding to be taken and to be quick about it. This is the reason why we love Kelela - she's making herself vulnerable and kicking down doors in the process."

MNEK 'PARADISE' DIRECTED BY CIARAN LYONS

08/08/2017

Directed by Ciaran Lyons, MNEK’s “ Paradise” video explores beauty, pain, and makes a powerful statement about police brutality.