Ever since exploding onto the dance music scene with the release of "Faded" from the Grammy nominated All Day EP, mysterious LA producer Zhu has tied his productions and live sets to captivating visual components that directly correlate to his artistic vision.
As we've seen from the unique roll out of ZHU's follow up Generation Series EP, each of the singles have been previewed with brooding black and white animations depicting various scenes. Now today, ZHU converts his massive collaboration with OWSLA founder Skrillex and fellow Mind of Genius artist THEY. into a music video. "Working For It" compiles all of the animated shorts from teaser clips into one full length visual representation.
To celebrate the release of Generation Series — which is available now via all digital streams — ZHU will hold a unique pop-up store in Los Angeles to debut a self-created line of NightDay clothing on Wednesday, November 11th. If you can't attend the event, you can purchase the collection online on Novemeber 16th here.
ZHU x Skrillex x THEY. – Working For It (Music Video)
Travi$ Scott and Kanye West have just released their official music video for the “Piss On Your Grave” through Apple Music. Co-produced by Kanye himself, the track was a standout from Travi$’ album Rodeo.
Now offering the visuals for the menacing song, Kanye and Travi$ trudge around a foggy wood both dressed head to toe in Kanye’s new fashion line. Making some interesting facial expressions to say the least, Kanye is back to his fearless ways. Complete with scenes of presumed piss flowing over skulls in the dirt, director Nabil doesn’t shy away from explicitly depicting the two artist's foreboding lyrics.
And for all you Kanye fans, Travi$ Scott recently confessed while on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio that Kanye’s new album is “coming very soon, as you can see relayed in this tweet below:
Until then, enjoy the video treatment for "Piss On Your Grave!"
Dillon Francis is no stranger to the screen or the world of comedy, when he isn’t producing bangers about Dolphins and Butter, he is often poking fun at one thing or another with a camera close by. Well recently Dillon has shifted his acting focus from Donuts to Zombies appearing in the upcoming “zom-Com” film “A scouts Guide to the Zombie Apacolypse”. On top of appearing in the film Dillon has taken full advantage of his zombie make up with a campaign of hilarious social media posts, dubbing his zombie character appropriately as "Dead Dillon." Today we see his campaign come to a climax with his latest official music video for his Money Sucks, Friends Rule single "All That" Ft. Twista, The Rej3ctz, and now his new moniker Dead Dillon.
The Video Features a Dead Dillon joined by rappers Twista & The Rej3ctz as they find them selves on a quintessential music video set filled with beautiful women, lights, cameras, the works. While shooting the video "Dead Dillon" looses control of his inner zombie and bites one of the models on set, leading to a hilarious scene of zombie chaos perfect for a Halloweek music video. Watch for yourself below. Enjoy.
Dillon Francis – All That ft. Twista, The Rej3ctz (Music Video) | iTunes
Skrillex and Diplo's single "To Ü" single featuring AlunaGeorge is one of the most notable songs from their collaborative Jack Ü album. Today we are given the visuals to the song which pair up perfectly with the love based lyrics. The video takes place in Detroit, Michigan featuring Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge in an evolving relationship with a guy along with other people in the city and their relationships in which Aluna calls “the beauty of people just being people." Watch the video below and enjoy!
Skrillex & Diplo – To Ü ft AlunaGeorge (Official Video)
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