Tinie Tempah ft. Wizkid 'Mamacita' by Craig Moore
Tinie Tempah and director Craig Moore have teamed up again, heading over to the Caribbean to shoot this fun, scenic video for Mamacita, featuring the up-and-coming Wizkid.
Shot in the Dominican Republic, Tinie tries on a bit of Latin flavour as he rides through the barrios in a Mustang - serenading all the beautiful women while collecting bags of cash from them. But by the end of the video, it appears the glitz and glamour of drug cartel life might have been too good to be true.
Craig manages to integrate a number of engaging performances into the cartel narrative, resulting in an entertaining, nicely paced and beautifully shot video.
|Executive Producer||Ash Lockmun|
|Production Manager||Hannah Bilverstone|
|Service Producer||Jeanne Marcelino|
|Director of Photography||Corey Jennings|
|Art Direction||Natalia Veloz Chapuseaux|
|Editing company||The Assembly Rooms|
|Sound design||Fred Pearson|
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