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KLVDR joins Burning Reel
KLVDR, a director who has worked with J Hus, Tinie Tempah, Stormzy, Gigs, Wiley and Krept & Konan, has now joined Burning Reel for music videos.
Hailing from Zimbabwe, but resident in England since the age of 11, KLVDR's background in art direction, photography and brand identity has also earned him collaborations with NBA, Footlocker and Beats by Dre.
His reputation has led him to work with a plethora of UK Grime royalty,and his videos include J Hus's Common Sense, Tinie Tempah's Flash, Krept & Konan's Wo Wo Wo, and Yxng Bane's Rhianna. His latest collaboration with Yxng Bane, is the motion-control-enhanced video for Vroom - his first production team-up with Burning Reel.
"There are big things to come from the vowel-hating, tour de force that is KLVDR," says Mike Heath, executive producer at Burning Reel.
As with the other directors on the roster at Burninng Reel, KLVDR is represented for music videos by Marisa Garner at MGA.
• Watch KVLDR's showreel at Burning Reel here
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