This is a list is of music videos directed by Hype Williams. BWP – "We Want Money". Main Source – "Just Hangin' Out". Strictly Roots – "Duck the Boys in Blue". Zhigge – "Rakin' in the Dough". Cutty Ranks – "Living Condition". Erick Sermon – "Hittin' Switches". Positive K – "I Got a Man" (version 1). Mangu – "La Playa". "How About Some Hardcore". K7 – "Come Baby Come". Poor Righteous Teachers – "Nobody Move".
One of the most stylistically prominent music video directors of the '90s, Hype Williams' defined aesthetic was one of the most sought-after in the genre - as it almost ensured heavy rotation on MTV, which in turn guaranteed large amounts of commercial success and sales. This DVD collection of videos handpicked by Williams himself is not necessarily a collection of his most well-known videos, but a very accurate and tastefully compiled survey of landmark videos that very clearly show his evolution as a ctor.
Directed by Hype Williams, Irv Gotti, Busta Rhymes. With Sean 'Diddy' Combs, Damon Dash, The GZA, Inspectah Deck. Title: Hype Williams: The Videos, Vol. 1 (Video 2002).
Hype Williams: The Videos Vol. 1 (DVD-V, Comp).
Hype Williams, comprised of Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, is named after the film maker responsible for Belly. Starring rappers Nas and DMX, it was a hyper-stylised, Nihilist mess and this London duo borrow its finer traits, its strut and loathing. From beneath a medicated haze they lace twanging Americana with seams of swaggering dread. They are Bobby Peru made music.
Directed by Hype Williams. Acclaimed for his skillfully imaginative and visually intoxicationg music videos, Hype Williams has directed over 200 videos throughout his career and has become the most sought after video director in music today. Featured Videos: Wu-Tang Clan "Can It Be All So Simple". Craig Mack "Flava In Ya Ear".
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Director Hype Williams brought the art of hip-hop and R&B videos to a new level with his ambitious and superbly crafted clips, and this home video collection collects ten of his best-known works, as well as the stories of how they were made. Hype Williams: The Videos, Vol. 1 features &"Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See" by Busta Rhymes, &"Half on a Baby" by R. Kelly, &"Big Pimpin'" by Jay-Z, &"No Scrubs" by TLC, &"Holla, Holla" by Ja Rule, and more.