New York-based director @LILINTERNET is now represented by Luti Media for all European Music videos and commercials.
Buddy 'Trouble On Central' by @lilinternet
Things aren't going smoothly for Buddy in lilinternet's new video. He's a young man in Compton who would rather not find trouble, but he's probably in the wrong place.
Nevertheless the video for Trouble On Central is an easygoing and enjoyable piece for the artist who radiates old-school vibes of ordinariness, and looks quite a lot like a young Will Smith. Just goes to show that Compton is not just for the gangstas.
|Production Company||Luti Media|
|Executive Producer||Luti Fagbenle|
|Executive Producer||Lex Lewter|
|Production Manager||Samantha Silvers|
|1st AD||Brady Heiser|
|Director of Photography||Christopher Ripley|
|2nd AC||Kourosh Farhangi|
|Other credits||Key Grrip – Sean Hunt Swing – Philip Woolridge Steadicm – Bill Hunt Jib – Victor Pancerev DIT – Simon Hayes BTS Video – Eddie Grams Groomer – Brandon Tee Lamb|
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