David Knight - 18th June 2019

Xavier Hamel's dark, nihilistic narrative for Jove Jupiter, features the LA-based artist as an amoral escort offering the "perfect boyfriend experience" to his wealthy male clients - all for the ultimate price.

This very adults-only tale, with explicit reference to kink, fetish and gender role-role-playing, and Jupiter as a monstrously manipulative central figure, feeds off the retro-Euro dance feel of his track Materialistic - and was apparently inspired by his own youthful experiences.

“The song was written about my time in Las Vegas as a 19 year old with a fake ID and getting into clubs and meeting older men," he has said. "I knew that I was very materialistic because I was searching for a sugar daddy to buy me designer - even though I had a well paying job and could afford it by myself."

Hopefully they just made up the other stuff...


DirectorXavier Hamel
ProducerSarah El Khawand
Production CompanyAfter Hours Studios
1st ADSarah El Khawand
Director of PhotographySara Ross Samko
Focus PullerAngie Sciulli
2nd ACAlicia Maye
GafferPeter Nile
Art DirectorJoan Lee
WardrobeMarissa Baklayan
Make-upGeovanna Avila
Make-upLauren Greenlee
EditorXavier Hamel
ColouristKen Schefler
Lead actorJove Jupiter, Brad Blek, Glenn Edward
Other creditsSpecial Effects - Danny Kleen PA - Chandler Guzman Photographer - Sasha Douglas Grip - Minsung Kang Grip - Too Young Kim Grip - Christina Vee

David Knight - 18th June 2019

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