One of the most iconic hip-hop groups of all time has celebrated their reunion live on stage during Coachella Friday night. Big Boi and Andre 3000, aka OutKast, delivered live versions of their group and solo hits for over 90 minutes and also invited their friends Janelle Monae, Sleepy Brown, and Killer Mike to the stage.
Old-school 8-bit video games and reggae-infused pop collide with the release of the official visuals for Snoop Lion’s Reincarnated cut “Get Away.” Directed by Ashten “Whoopi” Winger with animation courtesyof Mykola Dosenko, the piece pits Snoop against Major Lazer in a decidedly Pokemon-esque boss battlebefore the two ultimately join forces to defeat evil and clear the stage.
A new release ahead of Grammy season comes courtesy of kendrick Lamar and the TDE Camp, who presents a video for the eleventh track on good kid, M.A.A.D. city. The video is essentially a grayscale tour of the trip from Los Angeles to Compton, juxtaposed by footage of artist Eddie Peake creating a mural ofhis lyrics. Beyond its simple premise though, the Darren Romanelli-directed video does well to reinforce the ‘stream-of-consciousness’ style of the song itself, from the car drive to the a cappella verse at the end.
Following from the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2 last month, we’re now anticipating the release of the visuals to Eminem’s “The Monster” featuring Rihanna. In this short clip we get a glimpse at the forthcoming music video, which shows Rih Rih play the role of a shrink while Em is found on a couch watching archive clips of him and his family. The teaser then leads to a penitentiary where a certain somebody is kept detained.
With 2014 just around the corner and the release of his Textbook Timbo project creeping closer,Timbaland has released a lyric video for “Know Bout Me” featuring Drake, James Fauntleroy and Jay Z. A feature track off his upcoming album, the “Know Bout Me” music video follows a hooded figure through a post-apocalyptic world.
Following the release of Pharrell’s all-embracing video for “Happy,” we get a glimpse of the work that went on behind the scenes to make the 24-hour music video. Pharrell and the team at i am OTHER share some insights on the visuals to the hit from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, while also providing behind-the-scenes footage on all the sets that took were featured. Directed by French producers We Are From L.A., the clip includes cameos from Jamie Foxx, Magic Johnson, Steve Carrell and longtime friend and collaborator Chad Hugo.
The young British Singer Jake Bugg is the latest addition to the Saint Laurent Music project, photographed by Hedi Slimane.
The Saint Laurent music project is a growing portraiture campaign of rockstars styling themselves in iconic and permanent pieces of the Saint Laurent collection.