Lil Wayne’s Video
May 16, 2011 by Post Team
Lil Wayne’s Video, After a false start last month, Lil Wayne, “John” video is finally ready for public viewing. In April, an unfinished version of the video with Rick Ross was leaked to the Internet, but quickly retreated. The final version was released on Friday (May 13) on page Vevo Lil Wayne. Earlier this week, MTV News caught up with the video’s director, Colin Tilley, for his opinion on the clip.
“When I first talked to Wayne about the video, just made the” Look at Me Now “video, and I liked the feeling that all the video, how it was going well ‘and just all the energy and colors and all that, “Tilley said of the clip of Chris Brown that he and Tunechi worked together. “That’s more or less what I got when I got the song. They were like,” We love the energy and the environment we want all of it. “”
Filmed in Miami, “John” is Weezy and Ross performed within and outside an abandoned warehouse on a dock. For a good part of the video, raps Rozay a wheelchair with his arms on its wheels. Tilley said there were no specific reasons behind the placement of Ross in the chair, was what he envisioned when he first heard the song.
Tilley, who was annoyed when he leaked the video, said that as manager, ultimately, just had to “live with it.” But he spoke about the differences between early release and the finished product. “For me, it’s night and day, because every single shot in the video has something different,” he said. “It has a sort of surprise for the eyes of all. I like to create an experience when you’re watching the video. It has different animals, just crazy stuff.”
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