The latest record titles of Alesso had been quite disparaged by his fans for his turn to Pop music. ‘Is That For Me‘ with Anitta was one of them, and as often with Pop releases, remixes are expected to fully enhance the potential of the title.
After an interesting remix of 3Lau last month, it’s the one of KO:YU that shouldn’t go without a notice. Without revolutionizing the original, KO:YU is giving back a little pep for those who found the title indifferent by accelerating the tempo and enhancing the whole track with a real beat, a little more impacting.
You will also find in this remix pack out via Warner Music Group, another remix of French Sylvain Armand, quite qualitative.
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Full Crate and dynamic duo The Partysquad teamed up on the feel-good jam
“Hot”. The incredibly catchy vocals are performed by the stunning
Jamaican duo Nick & Navi. Listen to this future anthem on your
favourite platform now! http://maddecent.fm/hot
My dedication to women.
‘HOT‘ means so much more than just the physical appearance. It’s the power & the beauty of the mind, body and heart of a woman.
Directed by Full Crate
DOP: Selwyn de Wind
Gaffer: Chris de Geus
Assistant Gaffer: Urniell Bitorina
Production: De Wind Imaging
Producers: Selwyn de Wind & Elizabeth Francisco
Edit: Full Crate
Grading: Full Crate
Stylist Nick & Navi – Hodo Musa
Hair Nick & Navi – Kayglam
Hair & Make up: Shenna Heykoop
Set Assistant: Charmaine Charlemagne
Casting: Elizabeth Francisco
Special Thanks to Andruw Jones and everyone that helped us with this video on set and in pre and post production.
Formed in 2009, Synapson are French multi-instrumentalists Alexandre Chiere (keyboard, saxophone, beat and vocals) and Paul Cucuron (drums, scratch, record production and mixing) and recently they performed for the first time at Paris Bercy Arena for Virgin Radio to 15,000 people, Synapson’s ‘Hide Away’ ft. Holly Martin has a stadium dance anthem quality that is instantly recognisable and engaging with an effortless French funk vibe which feels fresh and poignant for 2018.
The air of mystery in Holly Martin’s sweet vocal in the track intrigues and soars over a backdrop of Deep House, Nu Disco and more that shows Synapson at the top of their game. The video for the track features an impassioned dancer under the music’s lustful spell, creating chaos in a diner: “Hide away from me or you’ll lose”.
Remixes of ‘Hide Away’ are due in February and Synapson have already planned a French tour and new epic album for this spring and today we have first play of the new video for ‘Hideaway’, enjoy.
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Directed by Mary Clerté
Produced by Partizan
Creative Director : Willie Beamen
Composed & produced by Synapson
Written by Holly
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Nicki Minaj and Quavo unveiled a charming, nostalgia-packed video for
their recent song, “She for Keeps,” off the Quality Control mixtape.
By Jon Blistein
Minaj and Migos rapper Quavo look for love in the charming new video
for their song, “She for Keeps.” The track appears on Control the
Streets, Vol. 1, the first mixtape from the Atlanta-based record label,
The Daps and Quavo-directed clip boasts a
candy-coated aesthetic packed with nostalgia. As Quavo unspools
lovestruck bars in his auto-tuned croon, he plays Super Nintendo,
re-pressurizes his Rebook Pumps and chats on a brick-sized flip phone
with Minaj, who twirls the chord of her landline. Minaj later tears
through her clever, braggadocious verse as she brushes off rivals in the
bathroom and meets Quavo for a burger and fries at a Fifties-style
diner, complete with booths built into classic cars.
Control: Control the Streets, Vol. 1 arrived last December. The
compilation also features Cardi B, Offset, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Lil
Yachty and Gucci Mane. This article originally appeared in RollingStone
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Migos rapper co-directs nostalgia-packed clip for track off Quality Control mixtape
Diplo shared a new video for his most recent MØ collaboration, “Get It Right.” The clip isn’t elaborate, with just the two artists singing the song and dancing around an empty ballroom as Diplo occasionally plays along on a grand piano. The Danish singer moves far more gracefully than her American counterpart, but he’s clearly trying his best. This article originally appeared in Spin
Official Video | Diplo – Get It Right (Feat. Mø)
Director: Brantley Gutierrez
DP: Eric Ulbrich
Editor: Ryan Adams
Producer: Kyle Schember, Renée George
Executive Producer: Nina Soriano
Production Company: Anonymous Content / Subtractive
English singer Dua Lipa dropped the video for her latest single “IDGAF” early Friday morning (Jan. 12).
The clip, which took a whopping 22 hours to shoot, finds the “New Rules” crooner battling a darker, more empowered version of herself with Lipa visualizing the internal struggle one faces through her hot and cold outfit color choices and interpretive dancing.
“IDGAF” Director Henry Scholfield described the meaning behind the video in a statement saying their goal was to, “embody the sense of empowerment in the track, whilst going beyond the literal breakup context,” before adding that they “had in mind a visual of the internal struggle, showing the two sides of Dua’s emotive state, like an argument with someone you love. The strong Dua at first berating then eventually persuading her weaker alter ego that they both don’t give a f—.”
Lipa echoed Scholfield’s comments saying “This video is about your stronger and weaker side fighting with each other only to realize that self-love is what will help you overcome any negativity that comes your way.”
The video’s release is just the beginning of what is sure to be a big year for the singer who was named Spotify U.K.’s most streamed female artist of the year in 2017. Lipa will return to the U.S. in February to continue her sold out headlining Self-Titled tour followed by her headlining U.K. arena tour. Lipa echoed Scholfield’s comments saying “This video is about your stronger and weaker side fighting with each other only to realize that self-love is what will help you overcome any negativity that comes your way.” This article originally appeared in Billboard
Artistic direction: Henry Scholfield & Mosaert (Paul Van Haver aka Stromae and Luc Junior Tam)
Director: Henry Scholfield
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After much anticipation, Tayor Swift finally released the video of his new single “End Game”, which includes collaborations with Ed Sheeran and Future. The good news is that as Taylor has no problem sharing his success, he also invited both artists to collaborate on the clip.
The video, which lasts 4 minutes and 10 seconds, was given by Joseph Kahn, who has directed seven videos of Taylor, including “Look What You Made Me Do”, “… Ready for It?” And “Bad Blood”.
The action takes place in three cities, Miami, London and Tokyo and in it you can see a luxurious yacht, scenes of fun parties, in addition to car rides and even aboard a double decker bus.
“End Game” is the third single from Reputation, Swift’s sixth studio album, which after its launch, in November last year, managed to place itself in 11th place on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 list.
The expectation around the video began to grow when Taylor and Ed sang the song together on December 2, during an iHeart Radio event. Then, the singer increased the suspense by releasing in social networks the teaser of the clip, which confirmed the participation of Sheehan and Future. This article originally appeared in Quién