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We’re always amazed by the cool and unique content our Much Creators are producing and this month we’ve seen a whole new crop of exciting projects and hard work paying off.
When Drake dropped his highly anticipated More Life playlist on Friday, the world got to hear first hand why they should be following 4Yall Entertainment. The brothers from Brampton and their T Dot Good Scrap DVD made it onto Drake’s mixtape with a sample, putting the YouTubers in the same grouping as Kanye West and Lil Wayne.
Also announced this month, Much Creator Dan James will soon be starring in his own Much series Dan For A Week, which is set to premiere Monday, April 24.
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Now, hot off the (YouTube) presses are two brand new music videos from more of our Much Creators.
First up is singer Candace Leca and her new video for the Liam Walds’ remix of her track “Morning Never Comes.”
Inspired by the album artwork for Leca and Michael Paglia’s album Bridges, director Teresa Lam and producer Elaine Mendoza created the video treatment that incorporated colourful graphic projections mixed with shots taken at the Much Digital Studios around Toronto.
The remix builds on the emotion of the original track (watch the video here), changing up the jazzy single and turning it into more of a club banger.
Also new this week is “Never Gonna Love Me” by artist Dzeko, which was given a romantic, sun-streaked new video directed and edited by Much Creator Zak Longo. Taking on a new role behind the camera, Longo shot the video in LA and cast himself and his girlfriend Hannah in the lead roles.
Hitting up California’s famous coastline and popular LA hotspots like the Urban Light installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Universal Studios and The Grove outdoor mall, Longo combined Dzeko’s upbeat track with scenery that is giving us serious wanderlust.