Angel Haze has just released her video for "A Tribe Called Red." The song has Haze rapping in mostly triplets over a clapping beat and a thumping bass. She addresses her haters and drops some inspirational lines like, "You gotta make the decision to be the one difference in your life and turn it around." The Rollo Jackson-directed clip shows Haze rapping alone in a room in gorgeous black and white as she dances around floor lights.
From the YouTube description:
Originally from Detroit and now a New Yorker, she's walked in the autumn/winter 14 DKNY show and performed at Donatella Versace and J.W. Anderson's Versus launch, as well as sitting front row at all this season's shows. Angel shows off her hyper-swift rap skills in today's stripped-back video, shot by Rollo Jackson and styled by Alastair McKimm.
Director Rollo Jackson
Production Company Somesuch & Co
Executive Producer Tash Tan
Producer Dan Emmerson
Video Commissioner Caroline Clayton
Lighting Cameraman Dan Stafford-Clark
First Assistant Director Isuko Garcia
Focus Puller David Agah Rafei
Clapper Loader Harry Wheeler
Digital Imaging Technician Dan Smith
Runners Hugo Dudley, Mark Kendrick
Gaffer Jonathan Spencer
Electrician John Clark
Studio Malcolm Ryan Studios
Editor Rollo Jackson
Post Production Finish
Stills Laura Coulson
Executive Producer Eddy Moretti
Executive Producer Shane Smith
Executive Producer Suroosh Alvi
Executive Producer Andrew Creighton
Global Head of Video Danielle Bennison-Brown
Associate Producer James Lowrey
Fashion Director Alastair McKimm
Hair Ben Cooke
Make-up Niamh Quinn at LGA London using Chanel Hydra Beauty Nutrition spring/summer 14
Nail Technician Sophy Robson
Styling Assistants Katelyn Gray, Holly Grost
Make-up Assistant Fiona Barry
Check it out above.
"A Tribe Called Red" appears on Haze's album Dirty Gold, which you can stream here on Zumic.
For more music and news, check out Angel Haze's Zumic artist page.
Source: i-D YouTube Channel