Arcade Content’s Kyle Lewis has released his first international music video since signing to Black Dog Films for representation in the UK. Black Dog Films, the music video arm of RSA Films (Ridley Scott & Associates), also reps the likes of multiple Grammy and MTV VMA winner Jonas Akerlund.
Hip-Hop may not have been born in Africa, but the African influence runs deep, all the way to the rhythmic patterns used in traditional festive celebrations.
A voluptuous drag queen struts her stuff through the streets of Cape Town as her flamboyant wardrobe transforms in the The Kiffness’s video "You Say You Love Me", which recently scooped up a SAMA nomination for Best Music Video. Director Quinton Lavery explains how the video came to life.
Arcade Content’s Lebogang Rasethaba directed the music video for KwaDukuza, Mashayabhuqe KaMamba’s hit song addressing the taxi violence plaguing South Africa.
PHFAT and Mac Motel have teamed up with Cape Town director Rob Smith to launch their latest track, the nostalgic love jam Keep You Safe. The mellow music and quirky styling of the video counter PHFAT’s usual dark presence and sound, but the video’s ambiguities will run amok in viewers’ minds.
Arcade Content’s Kyle Lewis directed Bad Hair, Nasty C’s epic 14-minute music video that topped the Apple Music video charts in South Africa for the week of its release.
Egg Fllms’ Sunu directed Absolut’s One Source campaign with Khuli Chana, which won the only Gold in the Branded Content category at the 2017 Bookmarks, South Africa’s premier digital awards.
Ryan Kruger won 'Best Music Video' and the 'Alan Clarke Award for Achievement' for his video to 'Jody Cash - Sexy' at the Liverpool International Festival.
Arcade Content’s Kyle Lewis directed No Secrets, the intimate first music video for Pure, the re-invention of Purity Zinhle Mkhize.
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