Ms Banks 'Snack (MOBO Awards 2020)' by Wowa
Wowa directs an impressive live performance by Ms Banks for the MOBO Awards, broadcast late last year.
Opening in a pastel-hued shop set, four dancers perform fiery choreography as Banks steps into frame, styled head to toe in bubblegum pink.
The production design is equally as breathtaking as the performance, which cuts to black before displaying a poignant message: 'They Don't Really Care About Us'.
Honouring the Black Lives Matter movement and paying tribute to YouTube star and content creator Nicole Thea - who passed away suddenly last year whilst pregnant with son Reign - the concept switches to an all-black studio set, where Banks gives a career-defining performance - powerful, engaging and truly emotive.
Performances like this don't come around all too often, and Wowa has created something truly transcendent and elevated with the visual.
|Executive Producer||Fatima Ouklilane|
|Production Manager||Keryn Mae|
|1st AD||Afzal Robanni|
|Director of Photography||Francis Lane|
|Focus Puller||Dan Deighton|
|2nd AC||Tekko Osman|
|Art Director||Ben Levitt|
|Director's Representation||Fatima Ouklilane|
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