Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Kanye West & Jay-Z feat. Frank Ocean: No Church In The Wild

The second best tune on Watch The Throne (next to ‘Niggas In Paris’, obviously) gets an epic video going over from Romain Gavras. The director famously did the biz for M.I.A.’s ‘Born Free’ recently, as well as vids for Justice and Simian …

Wed, May 30, 2012, 10:50

   

The second best tune on Watch The Throne (next to ‘Niggas In Paris’, obviously) gets an epic video going over from Romain Gavras. The director famously did the biz for M.I.A.’s ‘Born Free’ recently, as well as vids for Justice and Simian Mobile Disco (James Ford must have passed this number on to Alex Turner because Gavras did the vid for ‘The Age Of The Understatement’). Everyone from Wu Lyf to Miley Cyrus via Plan B are taking inspiration from urban unrest for their music videos these days, and this one is certainly slick.

 

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And for super extra bonus times, here’s Florence & the Machine’s new video for ‘Spectrum’, directed by David LaChapelle. (via @platinumjones)

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