Promonews - 10th May 2019

KC Locke, who has just signed to Odelay Films, has created a gritty cinematic performance video in atmospheric location, for Headie One.

Using multiple camera techniques such as a camera body rig, frame rate techniques, and body movement, Locke brings multiple layers and a flowing vibe to this visual for All Day, the Tottenham rapper's follow-up to 18HUNNA, reflecting the energy of the song.

PRO Credits


GafferMatthew Simmons
DirectorKC Locke
Executive ProducerGwilym Lewis-Brooke
Production ManagerEmma Parkinson
1st ADDaniel Smith
Focus PullerChris Steel
2nd ACAlison Morgan
ProducerErsan Beskardes
EditorJamil Shaukat
Editing companyKlash
ColouristGeorge Neave
Grading companyCoffee & TV
Post production companyCoffee & TV
Post ProducerJoss Brindle
LabelRelentless Records

Promonews - 10th May 2019

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