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Unknown T 'Throwback' by Labi Odebunmi
Grime videos don't usually get labelled as being charming, but Labi Odebunmi's video for Unknown T deserves that description.
The video for Throwback taps into the nostalgic theme of the song, with T reminiscing about growing up in Hackney, East London, back in the day.
It's all sparked off when a puzzled young relative of his finds his very old Sony Erickson phone. Then we head back to 2003, with T as a primary school age kid, messing around with his mates on the bus, having his first crush. Then it's later on, in 2009, when he's a more streetwise teenager.
The 'period detail' is very good, with lots of Noughties-generation cultural touches. It's also nicely shot by Arran Green, employing different ratios to establish the different time periods. Clearly a lot of heart, soul and smart production work has gone into this. Very good work by director Labi and his team.
|Focus Puller||Marcus Albertsen|
|Production Company||Elixir Pictures|
|Executive Producer||Mouktar Mohammed|
|Production Manager||Keryn Mae|
|1st AD||Steven Eniraiyetan|
|Director of Photography||Arran Green|
|2nd AC||Joshua Dadson|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Company|
|Other credits||Loader - Jack Pulmridge 2nd Ad - Daniel Aremu 3rd AD - Jake River Parker SteadiCam - Beau James Stylist - Nayaab Tania Production Assistant - Roxanne Tabatabay Production Assistant - Chris Phouphoullides|
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