A few days after unleashing his buzzing single “Deserve,” Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu has returned with a video for it. The Travis Scott-assisted track, which hit No. 1 on iTunes U.S. upon its release, is currently No. 14 on DJcity.
Directed by Colin Tilley, the neon-colored visual finds both Wu and Scott rapping on top of a massive monster truck.
Kris Wu is a former member of South Korean-Chinese boy band EXO. Aside from singing and rapping, he is also an active actor in China. Earlier this year, Wu made his debut in the ﬁlm xXx: Return of Xander Cage.
Watch the video above and download “Deserve” on DJcity.
Major Lazer is famous for making innovative music, but it’s also creative with its marketing.
Directed by Philip Andelman and hosted by Eko, the clip enables viewers to toggle between a young boy’s real life and dream world. As Billboard puts it, “This is the kind of the music video you can get lost in.”
Watch it above and download the track on DJcity.
Watch the visual above and download the song on DJcity.
The visual goes back and forth between a boy’s mundane life and his fantasy of being Major Lazer’s backup dancer. Quavo doesn’t make an appearance, but the other featured artists along with Diplo and Walshy Fire do.
The single, which appears on Major Lazer’s Know No Better EP, was DJcity’s most downloaded track of June.
Watch the video above and download the single on DJcity.
Travis Scott has unveiled a video for his song “Way Back” featuring Swizz Beatz and Kid Cudi. The self-directed visual features Houston Rockets guard James Harden in a one-on-one game with himself. It’s a fitting role given that Scott is from Houston and Harden is referenced in the song’s hook.
“Way Back” appears on Scott’s second studio album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 2016 and was recently certified platinum.
Watch the video above and download “Way Back” on DJcity.
Rising Canadian producer Eestbound recently sat down with Genius to discuss producing Travis Scott’s 2015 hit, “Antidote.” The song, which peaked at No. 16 on Billboard’s Hot 100, was certified triple platinum in April 2017.
Eestbound recounted how he and co-producer, WondaGurl, stumbled upon on Lee Fields & The Expressions’ “All I Need,” which they used as the song’s main sample. He also discussed how his simplistic approach to producing the song helped fuel its creative process.
Watch the video above.
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