Raye ft Young Adz 'All Of My Love' by Aidan Zamiri
Raye has it both ways in Aidan Zamiri's video for the Young Adz-featuring All Of My Love.
What starts as a straight performance video, with Raye as her most feminine in flowing gown, gets subverted when the track stops, the fourth wall crumbles, and the video goes into crisis over a common issue - the no-show of the guest rapper.
But then Raye has the solution: she dons a suit, adds some tattoos, and she 'becomes' Young Adz. How she's playing both parts of this love story - a gender-bending twist that heats up the screen - Raye is arguably sexier in a suit than a evening gown - while its tongue stays in its cheek.
It's a clever and enjoyable pop video in the classic style from Zamiri, who is making a splash as he adds music video directing to his skills as a creative director and photographer.
|Executive Producer||Millie Yoxen|
|Executive Producer||Morgan Clement|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Director of Photography||Stefan Yap|
|Art Director||Andy Luck|
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