Archive for the 'Short Film' Category
Here is H8DES, a new short film produced by Don Cheadle for Vanity Fair’s ongoing series, The Decades. The short is inspired by the legacies of the 1980s: Reaganomics, the AIDS and Crack epidemics and the rise of technology. Cheadle reached out to Black Milk for the score.
Hit the jump for some behind the scenes footage.
Here’s a new short film/music video from the artist formerly known as Z-Ro.
So this is what this was for. Co-starring Chance The Rapper, Trinidad Jame$, Abella Anderson, Flying Lotus and others.
The Devil drops a short film set to the sounds of his highly acclaimed project HARBINGER, which you should really set aside half an hour and get acquainted with if you haven’t already. Big Bank Black and Alley Boy appear. At the end, you can check out a preview of The Devil’s next project, LOVE, which will feature appearances from Trouble, Alley Boy, Pusha-T and others.
Previously: The Devil – Harbinger
Described by the Youtube user as such:
A stylish romance centering on a brokenhearted urbanite who, only after breaking down and getting stranded in the desert, unearths the resources to woo a French-speaking woman at a lonely motel.
Apparently this dates back to 2004 and has only just been dug up.
Previously: Pharrell Interview @ Qream Launch Party (Video)
Here’s Naughty’s “mini-movie” for “Flags” featuring Bilal and Jaheim. Written by Treach & Directed by Jay Rodriguez & Rock Davis for Itchy House Films.
The 12 minute mini-movie for Ghetto Extraordinary. Look out for Mike Bigga’s PL3DGE album dropping sometime in early 2011.
Previously: Emilio Rojas ft. Killer Mike – FTW
Accompanied by Here, My Dear, Terrace Martin‘s 10-minute short film of the same name as his Marvin Gaye-inspired EP with Devi Dev, coming out next week. The video includes the songs “Love Prelude” and “Thing For You” off the project.
Terrace Martin and Devi Dev present “Here My Dear” all music produced by Terrace Martin. Ft Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Dom Kennedy, Charlie Wilson, Murs plus more.