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Jay-Z ft Damian Marley 'Bam' by Rohan Blair-Mangat
Rohan Blair-Mangat paints a picture of Jamaican art and culture in this short documentary-style clip for Jay-Z.
Bam sees Damian Marley give Jay-Z a tour of the music culture of his homeland in this beautifully shot portrait film - including a visit to Tuff Gong, the legendary Kingston-based studio where his father Bob recorded his albums.
Mixing candid shots, interviews and more composed and choreographed moments, the promo sees Jay-Z continue his recent prolific output while also testing the boundaries of the music video format. The narrative is compelling and whilst the song soimetimes takes a back seat, the audience is gaining a deeper understanding of its roots.
|Creative Consultant||Inga Veronique|
|Executive Producer||Natan Schottenfels|
|Executive Producer||Francesco Colombo|
|Director's Rep (US)||Jamie Rabineau|
|Director of Photography||Joshua James Richards|
|Other credits||Mix: Jonathan Wales (Wildfire) Conform: Gizmo Rivera Line Producer : Carleene Samuels 1st AC: Matthew Sanderson 2nd AC: Ezra Tomlinson Steadicam: Ramon Engle AD: Garreth Daley Sound: Sheldon Turnbul Gaffer: Alvin Fletcher BB Electric: Sherwayne Garrison Swing: Kevin Waite Drone: Nikoli Yap Production Manager: Lisa Smith Office: Amanda Roth, Marvin Martinez, Marcella Pleas PAs: Alex Moore, Marlon Hurad, Jordan Samuels, Rand Francis DIT: Gawayne Walker Dailies: Twain Richardson Craft: Leroy Catering: Yvone Williams Drivers: Albert Francis, George Smith, Devon Reid, Michael Ferguson Camera house: Eastside Camera Services Special Thanks: Colin Weise , Dave Susser, Terry Huynh , Lecia-Gaye Taylor, Courtney White, Doreen Crujeiras, Marie Bruce and all at Tuff Gong|
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