Dolores and Milow are making it big over at the Perez and Kanye pond with their rendition of 50 Cent’s Ayo Technology. We like! The video seems to spark some really funny comments, but what can be expected if you put your original fate in the dreamy hands of a polish fiddy shorty who goes trucking with his big belly & white sunglasses and turns it all into a honey swallowing superrapstar deathmatch. Watch out for the making of, which will go online hopefully soon.
Director: Isaac E. Gozin
D.O.P.: Rik Zang
Editor: Joris Rabijns
Produced by Homerun Records & MTV Networks
Featuring the “deVilles harem girls”, introducing Jen Vandermeersch as the Queen Bee
‘Milow – Ayo Technology’ worldwide available on iTunes!
There is something to be said for a freezing october night and playing with waterballoons. So Dolores went ahead and put it all in a new Milow video.
Watch the music video in high res Quicktime HERE.
Or check the inferior youtube below:
The new M.I.A. album Kala is coming out in a week but the album has already been leaked online. I’m not down yet with all the songs but I like a couple already. This time the album is produced by various people such as Switch, Blaqstarr, Timbaland and good old philly (boy)friend Diplo. But it appears things aren’t what they used to be in Diplo Maya land, as we can read in her latest pitchfork interview, where she sound quite bitter about Diplo making the headlines so much instead of her.
Nonetheless, it’s all about the music right? And the best track on Kala happens to be a Diplo production: Paper Planes. Here’s a wonderful little video during the making of that song when everything still seemed a-okay (although the “look how cute we were” comment seems rather ironic in light of the previous article).
Also check the full version of the song:
M.I.A. – Paper Planes (produced by Diplo)
And as a last bonus, here are the two music videos that already hit on YouTube: Boyz and Jimmy.
We already declared our eternal love in 2004 to Leslie Feist upon watching her doing the slickest moves with Richie ‘Buck 65‘ Terfry…
But now Leslie is coming out with a new album and by golly gosh, what a brilliant suprise it is again. The first single & music video “1234” is putting me in such a good mood I would almost break a leg while grooving along. Improving on their previous collaboration, director Patrick Daughters may be somewhere inspired by Gondry and Björk but is still very much able to stand out on his own. More eternal Feist Loving!