Hip hop group, Flatbush Zombies has dropped its new x-ray animated song ‘Afterlife‘ featuring English singer, James Blake, directed by Arnaud Bresson. Watch the full video below.
Arnaud Bresson said in a press release, “Today, there is no technology that x-ray films a living being without endangering it, so we worked hand in hand with a post-production company to develop a technical device that would allow us to achieve a similar effect,
“We used multi-camera tracking, recorded the positions and movements of our characters to extract and apply to our 3D compositions. It took four months of work to find the perfect style,” he added.
In Verse 1 Erick the Architect & Meechy Darko sings, “There’s some things I can’t help learnin’ / The time, man, it made me feel selfish (Selfish) / The time, man, it makes me real nervous (Nervous) / But that made me a real person / Anything sus’ I’m allergic (Allergic) / I grew up in the hood, I deserve it / Pay me for my name, tryna maintain / What a same when the day ain’t perfect / I’m a slave on the mothership / NBA, NFL, not on politics.”
In 2018, They first met in person after a Flatbush Zombies show in Los Angeles, after Erick, the Architect ping him on Twitter. The track, “Afterlife” is the first offering from the trio’s sessions with James Blake.
Shot in Paris prior to the pandemic, the accompanying video features the Brooklyn rap trio in X-ray form — partying, riding in cars and counting money.
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Flatbush ZOMBiES X-Ray New Music Video “Afterlife” Ft. James Blake
Flatbush ZOMBiES – “Afterlife” Produced by James Blake Out Now! Like this track? Stream and download the full track by clicking here.