Oscar Worldpeace’s latest visual offering, directed by Brock Neal Roberts, explores young, innocent London love.
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Not too many hip hop videos take a half time break to interview the rapper's mum, but that's what you get in Leonn Ward's video for Kareem Kalokoh and his instantly catchy track, Rambo.
At first it looks like a perfect love and a case of "happy ever after" in Remi Laudat's video for up and coming singer Etham. But the emotional tone of the song Future suggests otherwise – and then the whole truth emerges.
British-French duo ZER0 illustrate themes revolving around the futility, duality and magnificent unpredictability of life, love and society in the video for their first single Orpheus, directed by Jameson Pepper.
Ian Roderick Gray helms an action-packed tribute to classic movie dance routines for Charlie Winston's The Weekend, orchestrating a continuous shot through different set-ups on a film set with clever sleight-of-hand.
Shot at the neon sign treasure trove that is God’s Own Junkyard in London, Marie-Ann Morrell directs Calyx as he attempts to navigate his way around this blazingly colourful location while also avoiding the mysterious and talented sirens who are luring him into their grasp. This plunges the viewer into a mesmerisingly kinetic world which echoes the rapid beat of the music.
Kerinne Jenkins has directed an intimate piece for Australian artist Okenyo for her song Utopia which is, in her words, "simply about one of the best days I had with someone. An escape from reality, just us, a moment in time."
From that jumping off point Jenkins has created heartwarming portraits of Okenyo and also her nearest and dearest.
Two young women embark on a mini-crime spree in icy Ukraine, in this action-packed video directed by Indy Hait.
The girls are popular Israeli pop duo Carakukly sisters, cast as the convenience store robbers who take on a job too many too quickly.