Rae Morris goes to New York City and has a ball, in Noel Paul's charming video for DO IT.
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CNCO, the winners of Simon Cowell and Ricky Martin's La Banda TV talent show on Univision, became the first boyband to reach one billion views in YouTube, with their single "Reggaetón Lento (Bailemos)". Now they're taking on the rest of the world with the help of Little Mix and director Marc Klasfeld who dial up the heat between the two pop supergroups.
Director Raja Virdi's latest live video is Liv Dawson, performing an acoustic version of her song Painkiller at The Pool Recording Studio.
Once again Virdi has worked with DoP James Rhodes, who has used an Alexa with Cooke XTAL vintage anamorphic lenses to create outstanding images of Dawson's engaging live performance.
Girls Aloud alum Nadine Coyle is back, as the glamourous and very demanding Lady Boss in Sophia Ray's video for the insanely catchy Go To Work.
Björk returns with another collaboration with Andrew Thomas Huang, together with Gucci's Alessandro Michele and headdress designer James Merry.
Ella Eyre is all jewels and fur in the ultra-pink, candy-coated visual directed by Sophia Ray for the new single Ego. She’s joined by Ty Dolla $ign and a seriously hunky model who seems to like himself a bit too much - making it a pure pop confection with a positive message for the girls.
Rebecca Lucy Taylor, formerly of Slow Club and latterly of Moonlandingz, has a new solo project and also takes up the director's reins for the first release by Self Esteem, with a lighthearted take on body image and sexuality.
The Amazons got all scratched up by Oscar Sansom and lived to tell the tale.
With a performance shot on 16mm, Sansom took to "mutilating the negative" as he puts it. In fact, he has shown terrific delicacy in enhancing the power of the performance with physical marks on the neg.