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Enrique Iglesias ft. Pitbull 'Move To Miami' by Fernando Lugo
Fernando Lugo, a dominant force in Latin music videos with a staggering 15 billion views, has joined London-based Artist Preserve and now directed the video for Enrique Iglesias's Move To Miami, featuring regular sidekick Pitbull, and shot in their hometown of Miami.
Full of moving neons, energetic dancers, and a dynamic edit, Lugo brings his distinctive style to proceedings in whatis the 17th music video for Iglesias produced by Artist Preserve, and creative directed by the company's Yasha Malekzad.
|Production Company||Artist Preserve|
|Executive Producer||Yasha Malekzad|
|Executive Producer||Kasra Pezeshki|
|1st AD||Rae Brown|
|Director of Photography||Denis Dufresne|
|Art Director||Luis Roman|
|Director's Representation||Artist Preserve|
|Label||Sony Music International|
|Other credits||Creative Director: Yasha Malekzad|
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