Here is the promo for Snoopzilla and Dam-Funk’s collaborative project, 7 Days of Funk, a wave of 80s nostalgia, Muppets and Fraggle Rock flashing before your eyes, resulting in a vibrant combination of puppets, dancing and 80’s haircuts (with a smoke machine thrown in for good measure!!), Dope.
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Lil Internet talks to complex magazine about shooting the video for Beyonce’s “No Angel.” shrouded in secrecy in Houston Texas. Check out a snippet pulled from the interview below.
Yesterday saw the release of International Superstar Beyonce’s fifth studio album. In the below clip 17 times Grammy Award Wining “Drunk In Love.” Powerhouse explains the unique concept and marketing campaign for the self titled project “Beyonce.” Checkout the track list below, Beyonce is currently available to purchase on itunes and is currently number #1 in 25 countries.
At 5am this morning Beyonce Knowles Carter launched a guerrilla marketing campaign which marked the birth of a historic leak free campaign. Studio album number 5 titled Beyonce hit the itunes store complete with full assets inclusive of a 17 video anthology. The all star cast of renouned creative friends and family is listed below. Watch the trailers for all 17 videos below. Ahead of the full publishing of the albums track list here:
“Pretty Hurts” – Directed by Melina Matsoukas
“Ghost” – Directed by Pierre Debusschere
“Haunted” – Directed by Jonas Akerlund
“Drunk in Love” feat. Jay Z – Directed by Hype Williams
“Blow” – Directed by Hype Williams
“No Angel” – Directed by @lilinternet
“Yoncé” – Directed by Ricky Saiz
“Partition” – Directed by Jake Nava
“Jealous” – Directed by Beyoncé, Francesco Carrozzini & Todd Tourso
“Rocket” – Directed by Beyoncé, Ed Burke & Bill Kirstein
“Mine” feat. Drake – Directed by Pierre Debusschere
“XO” – Directed by Terry Richardson
“***Flawless” feat. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Directed by Jake Nava
“Superpower” feat. Frank Ocean – Directed by Jonas Akerlund
“Heaven” – Directed by Beyoncé & Todd Tourso
“Blue” – Directed by Beyoncé, Ed Burke & Bill Kirstein
“Grown Woman” – Directed by Jake Nava