A little bit of foul-mouthed fun with mini-Kanye West and mini-Lil Pump, in very boxy suits, goofing with giant Adele Givens. And we definitely see the more charming side of Kanye, who looks positively apologetic at one point. But it's not exactly family viewing.
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KT Tunstall returns with her sixth album and a surprising makeover from her classic rock-folk persona of the previous five.
Swathed in dark robes, and captured in moody black and white, KT has been transformed into a veritable pop diva by Alexo Wandael. And not only that, she's dancing.
Geej Ower has directed a video with a message of female empowerment at its heart for Ray Blk's Empress.
Sat alone and spotlit in an otherwise dimly lit cinema, Ray begins her performance - and then the seats around her slowly fill up, with friends and family, until the shot is finally packed with strong women who know what they are worth.
Boiler Room have once again been selected as their official content partner for the UK’s most prestigious album award, the Hyundai Mercury Prize, and in order to produce the first in a series of performance-led pieces featuring Mercury-nominated artists, Boiler Room teamed up with regular collaborator, director João Retorta, to capture Novelist, on location, in his home borough Lewisham.
Young actor Harry Wyatt strides down the streets of Liverpool with confidence, embodying the pride of having experienced young love's kiss, in Simon Aboud's charming video for Paul McCartney.
Shot in Ballymun in Ireland, Hector's video for Maverick Sabre explores the life of a young man who runs through a gamut of emotions as he searches for a path in life.
Shot on a mixture of grainy film and high resolution quality, Meji Alabi's performance piece for Skepta and Wizkid's new track Energy, gives a colourful snapshot of Nigeria's creative youth.
For director Emil Nava 's latest collaboration with the talented L Devine, it’s time to cut out toxic relationships and find your own truths.
A little bonus for cult film fanatics as the clip gives a nod to Heathers – one of the most iconic teen 'friendships' in film.