Created out of creative agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners and sponsored by Doritos, American hip-hop duo Rae Stremmurd - made up of brothers Khalif and Aaquil Brown - have …
Royce Da 5'9 ft Eminem, King Green 'Caterpillar' by James Larese
Old school hip-hop video vibes with a modern twist for Royce Da 5'9, guest starring Eminem, directed by James Larese.
With VFX and design by TIMBER amplifying the lyrical flow (it has a similar feel to the work of RUFFMERCY), the black and white performance set-up works well. Comes as a nice surprise when you realise that is the motionless Eminem is not actually a cutout.
|Production Company||Trigger & Bloom|
|Executive Producer||Monica Blackburn|
|Post production company||Timber|
|Post Producer||Sabrina Elizondo|
|VFX||Ashley Bacerra, John Robson, Kiam Ward|
|Other credits||Creative Directors (TImber): Kevin Lau & Jonah Hall Senior Art Director: Jon Lorenz Flame Assistants: Brandon Harden, Brack Hightchew Producer: Jillian Lynes EDITORIAL: Sunset Edit Assistant Editor: Anthony Miralles|
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