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Yungen ft. Angel 'Take My Number' by Savannah Setten
Savannah Setten has directed this video for British rapper Yungen first single's Take My Number, featuring British singer Angel. As both artists grew up in London, Savannah's aim was to capture an authentic depiction of the city, where they come from, from one of the highest rooftop in central London down to the underground train ride.
On the collaboration with Yungen and Angel, Savannah says, “I loved the opportunity to collaborate with Yungen and create a London-based narrative for Take My Number that felt very real and fun; and one that people can watch and truly relate to. The visual captures Yungen and Angel's energy and personality and was a pleasure to create this with such an incredible team.”
|Production Company||Luti Media|
|Executive Producer||Stefano Moses|
|Production Manager||Fatima Ouklilane|
|Director of Photography||Stefan Yap|
|1st AD||Yasmin Godo|
|Focus Puller||Lloyd Cook|
|2nd AC||Conor Chalk|
|Hair & Make-up||Indiana Mookram|
|Director's Rep (UK)||Nadya Persaud|
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