Crazy Cousinz X Yxng Bane X Mr Eazi X Lily Mckenzie 'No Way' by Dir Lx
Dir Lx is back with his next visual pursuit for Crazy Cousinz. It's a dynamic performance video for No Way that showcases a fusion of Afrobeats, House and R&B.
With collaborative efforts from Yxng Bane, Mr Eazi and Lily Mckenzie, the charismatic choreography from Afrobeat dancers Home Bros adds an electric dimension to the video.
|1st AD||Oliver Waters|
|Focus Puller||Toby Goodger|
|Lead actor||Victoria Alexandra Bryce-chan|
|Lead actor||Kurtis Agyekum)|
|Lead actor||Home Bros (george Duker|
|Lead actor||Samira Jebari|
|Director's Representation||Andy Roberts @ Las Bandas Be Brave|
|Commissioner||Nathan James Tettey|
|Other credits||2nd AD: Tessa Glinoer Runner: Zac Baker Spark - Ed Kilpatrick HMU - Hila Karmand HMU Assistant - Dalila Bone HMU Assistant - Nicki Polyakova Styling (Lily) - Tanya Varma Styling (Yxng Bane) - Clarissa Henry Styling (Mr Eazie) - Mariam Aduke|
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