VAM STUDIO

CRÉME BRÛLÉE | SHEA COULEÉ


Directed by VINCENT MARTELL

"This song was my artistic statement. It was me wanting to say 'I have arrived.' And now, five years later, I finally feel comfortable saying 'I have arrived.” 

Billboard Magazine




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SHUT UP | KC ORTIZ


Directed by VINCENT MARTELL

"Directed by Chicago-based production company VAM Studio, the "Shut Up" music video speaks to Ortiz's life, seen through a "Ghetto Glamour" lens. She's shot in an abandoned church, covered with colorful graffiti, and in a local wig store that's inspired by Harmony Korine's short fashion film Act Da Fool." - Paper Magazine


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VAPORISED | EDWIN DAYS


Directed by JORDAN PHELPS

"Vaporise" is inspired in George Orwell's dystopian society book "1984", specifically in the chapter where he uses the word vaporization when a person was erased from society as a result of going against it. In "Vaporise", the lyrics evoke not just the idea of disappearing or vanishing from the actual society we live in because of the circumstances, but re-surfacing as a whole new being, a re-birth in a way. 



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