Jessie J ‘Wild’ ft. Big Sean & Dizzee Rascal by Emil Nava
She’s back – and back with Emil. Jessie J returns with Wild, the big comeback single from the long-awaited second album – together with friends Big Sean and Dizzie Rascal, and a startling new blonde suedehead cut. And it’s all brought together in an audaciously spare visualisation by her regular director/collaborator Emil Nava.
This is all about the performance – in glorious black and white – revealing the fourth wall of a video shoot, with glorious cinematography by Will Bex and a brilliantly kinetic edit by Vid Price. And Jessie’s remarkable, wild leopardprint outfit, styled by Anna Hughes Chamberlain.
And check out a nice behind the scenes pic here.
|Production Manager||Leah Vaughan|
|Director of Photography||Will Bex|
|Production designer||Mark Connell|
|Stylist||Anna Hughes Chamberlain|
|1st AD||Courtney Phillips|
|2nd AD||Grant Sandy Phillips|
|Focus Puller||Jessie Brough|
|Camera operator||Matt Wright|
|Label||Universal Island Records|
|Other credits||Marketing director: Sarah Boorman Product Manager: Alex Boateng Nail Technician: Jenny Longworth|
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