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Janelle Monáe delivers a formidable and empowering performance in Andrew Donoho's video for Django Jane, the first of two videos released to herald the arrival of Monáe's third album Dirty Computer - An “Emotion Picture” which has a narrative film accompanying the album.
Georgia Hudson has signed to Park Pictures for music videos and commercials.
The director, who has created acclaimed music videos for the likes of P!nk, Mø, Loyle Carner, Glass Animals, and, most recently, Tom Misch, has joined the US and London-based production company for representation in the US, UK and Netherlands, for commercials, branded content and music videos.
14 year old star in the making Grace VanderWaal takes on New York City in Brian Petchers' bright and breezy video for City Song.
Jordan Rakei drags a body from freezing waters at the start of his video for Eye To Eye.
What happened? And who's the victim? Tom Ewbank's gripping video for the New Zealand-born, London-based soul-jazz multi-instrumentalist keeps us on tenderhooks weaving the aftermath with the traumatic event and killing, and finishing with a bombshell ending.
If you thought Lance Drake's last video for Muse was a bit over the top... then reconsider. That one for Dig Down had a tough lady beating all the odds in a retro sci-fi world (with Muse's Matt doing a fair Max Headroom impression. But that was positively Bergmanesque compared to this one.
Dan Massie captures a superb live performance by Rudimental of their latest hit These Days at the iconic Abbey Road Studios.
James Bay has a very special moment with Natalia Dyer (Nancy Wheeler from Stranger Things) amid the purple butterflies in Marc Klasfeld's classy video for Wild Love.
And, boy, does the camera love James. Having chucked that big hat, it turns out he's a bit of a dreamboat.
Another week, another great Kendrick Lamar video... Okay, this one is for Jay Rock, featuring Kendrick and Future, but it is certainly the latest of that consistently brilliant portfolio of jawdropping visuals to accompany the Compton maestro's music - this from the Black Panther soundtrack project - that originates out of his TDE operation.
Director Thomas Bryant has become Blink's first signing since the company took over music video production from its division Colonel Blimp. Bryant, who's work includes fashion films for Nike and Northface, and commercial projects for Samsung and NT, is represented for commercials and music videos.
Over three tracks by the Baltimore band Pianos Become The Teeth, Michael Parks Randa tells the freewheeling story of two girls who hook up in New York City at Halloween, and set off on an unpredictable journey into the unknown.
Drake launches his own outreach program, giving away nearly a $1 million to good causes, in his heartwarming video for God's Plan.
First there was Chariots of Fire. Now there's barrels of fire. In fact, running with a fiery beer barrel on your back has been a tradition in Ottery St Mary in Devon since the 17th century. Now Rob Brown has captured this test of courage (or act of insanity, depending on your viewpoint) in his video for Turin Brakes.