Aitch 'Taste (Make It Shake)' by Oliver Marshall
Oliver Marshall travels to Manchester for Aitch, and slides effortlessly through a variety of short but sweet concepts: Aitch in a photography studio, on the streets and at a club.
These traditional rap visuals are elevated with Connor Chalk's cinematography and Kiera Liberati's styling, giving the project a fashion editorial style edge. Simple but perfectly executed, the video has achieved huge traction online. We're excited to see what both the artist and production team do next.
"Overall, the experience working on this video has been amazing. Aitch was excited to have the video shot in Manchester so my production team and I drove up there to make it possible, and we are very happy with the results. Proud of this video, and thankful to Papaya Films. Without them and the team on the day, none of this would have been possible."
|Production Company||Papaya Films|
|Executive Producer||Pilar Muro|
|Production Manager||Joe Vikers|
|Director of Photography||Connor Chalk|
|Art Director||Christian Lowe|
|Wardrobe||Kiera Liberati (artists)|
|Grading company||Big Buoy|
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