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February 14, 2018
February 14, 2018
This week on EDMovie Madness we will be taking a look at some marvelous music video’s from Grimes, Trinidad James featuring Lil Dicky, who will be joining us in September for Mad Decent 2016, and Black Coffee. From out there and random, to bootylicious, and dancing fanatics, these video’s are worth the watch.
Grimes – “California”
Grimes has released the video for her song “California.” However, the song featured in the video is an alternate version. Grimes took to Twitter this afternoon to offer an explanation for using an alternate version of “California” in the visual—it was “dissonant” with the original track, and failed to elicit visuals in her mind. Here’s what she said: “had to re do track because when I looked at the footage it was dissonant w the original song, song elicits no visuals in my mind naturally.” Directed by Claire Boucher with her brother Mac, the clip features Grimes in an art studio, on stage, and in a gym, wearing a variety of colorful outfits. Making cameo appearances are Mac, Purity Ring’s Megan James, HANA, Born Gold, and model Eric Cheng.
Trindad James – Just A Lil’ Thick (She Juicy) ft. Mystikal & Lil Dicky
The music video for “Just A Lil’ Thick” sees Trinidad James wearing a bizarre outfit as he throws a wild party at a mansion with people packed into the kitchen. Mystikal and Lil Dicky are in attendance too as both show their love for all the thick women in the world. The “Just a Lil Thick” music video is just the latest fun that Trinidad James, Mystikal and Lil Dicky have had together. The trio recently teamed up with the folks at Funny Or Die for a skit called “Watch Yo Self.” The sketch features the rappers offering up the warning to be extra cautious while using some memorable lines from Mystikal’s hit single “Shake Ya Ass.”
You can catch Lil Dicky at Mad Decent Block Party this September!
Black Coffee – “Come With Me” feat. Mque
Black Coffee just dropped the music video for his latest single “Come With Me,” a collaboration with Johannesburg-based vocalist Mque brewed to perfection. The video follows a group of dancers as they move their way across New York City apartments and rooftops to find a warehouse party DJ’d by the man himself, Black Coffee.