Danny Brown 'Dirty Laundry' by Simon Cahn
Simon Cahn's lo-fi, vérité energy, merged with Danny Brown's distinctive style and humour results in an aptly wild ride for Dirty Laundry, the lead-off single from his forthcoming album.
Portraying a pot-bellied psychotic cab driver, Brown speeds around Miami in his vehicle, picking up a selection of people who instantly regret their choice of ride.
Between rides, the new-look Brown starts kung fu fights in the street, visits a dive bar with a particularly unusual flautist and gets his laundry done. It's surreal, daft as a brush, but very fitting, and a great addition to the artist's unique videography.
Most of my close friends now aren’t rappers - they’re comedians and actors.
“This is my version of a stand-up comedy album. Most of my close friends now aren’t rappers - they’re comedians and actors. So I wanted to create something that mixed humour with music. Something that was funny but not parody.”
|Production Company||Pulse Films|
|Executive Producer||Maurizio Von Trapp|
|Production Manager||Marissa Eisa|
|1st AD||Mecca Don Villain|
|Director of Photography||Ben Carey|
|Focus Puller||Ryan Nocella|
|Editing company||Black Kite Studios|
|Post Producer||Tamara Mennell|
|Other credits||Production Assistants: Michael Beckert, Alex Rapine, David Kim Grip: Mark Foundoulis Sound Recordist: Turner Curran Runner: Seann Morgan Camera Rental: Budget Video Miami Camera / Grip Rental – Handheld Films Production Vehicles Edge Auto Rentals Prop Vehicle – Creative Film Cars Sound Designer: Nicolas Ghyselen Audio House: Captaine Plouf Audio Post Producer: Marie Albaladejo SFX: Izzi Galindo Cast: Danny Brown, Leo Fitzpatrick, Ian Lawton, Dijby Kebe, Linda Simon, Justine Parsons, Leon Alexander Gonzalez, Marquise Frasier, Huston Pigford|
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