VAM STUDIO

TRADER JOE | JUNGLE PUSSY



Directed by VINCENT MARTELL

Music Video

“I knew I needed to become a whole new animal in this video,” Junglepussy says of the transformation, which brings her name to life and gives Ginger “the power to produce her own ketchup and make a living,” as the artist puts it. “We’re all strange animals with a purpose. This is for the black sheep.”

- Read More at Vogue



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REWIND | SHEA COULEÉ


Directed by SAM BAILEY

Music Video

"When you don’t quite get closure, you dream about different scenarios of where it could've gone, what you could have done, and you try to rewind this narrative oftentimes so it happens with more of a happy ending -

- but that's not always the reality. This deals with that – how memory is and when we reflect on it, we try to get the best edit that we can so it doesn't hurt as much.”

Read more at BILLBOARD


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MOVE MANY [JOINTS] | ESPERANZA SPALDING


Directed by JORDAN PHELPS
ft. Manual Cinema
Music Video

Sense of stiffened directives and encumbered patterns spontaneously bending, shifting, and dancing into new possibilities of movement and problem solving for enhanced response ability when personal and/or collective info-radiating needles are identified as needing to be moved by many degrees


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BALDWIN | JAMILA WOODS


Directed by VINCENT MARTELL

Music Video

The song is inspired by James Baldwin’s powerful “A Letter to My Nephew,” and its Vincent Martell-directed visual is set in what looks like an abandoned school on Chicago’s South Side, but as Woods described it in a statement, it’s “like Hogwarts, but Black.” As three students approach the school, they magically move through an outside wall and are transported into a beautiful space, where everyone is engrossed in the day’s teachings, handclaps turn into fireworks and caring camaraderie is found throughout.

-Rolling Stone


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