You Mean Ad Guys Can Make Music Videos? For 'Stronger,' Kanye Says Yes

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Our favorite prima donna and McFly activist, Kan the Louis Vuitton Don, slated rhinofx to help create his music video for "Stronger," a song with a -- what? -- Daft Punk sample.

We usually roll our eyes when traditionally ad-oriented firms get into music videos or movies - mainly because these arenas seem like every self-deluded creative's wet dream - but the result for "Stronger" is a neat mash-up of Asian pop, hip-hop culture, sci-fi and animation. Say anything you want about Kanye, he always shoots for an interesting angle in his videos. Good call on rhinofx.

Written by Angela Natividad    Comments (3)     File: Commercials, Good, Online, Video     Aug-23-07  
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Comments

yay for wapanese?
So do you think it was the creative or Kanye that was the Akira fan?

Posted by: sunder on August 23, 2007 02:49 PM

yay for wapanese?
So do you think it was the creative or Kanye that was the Akira fan?

Posted by: sunder on August 23, 2007 02:50 PM

Maybe they found common professional ground in their shard love of it. But I'd put my money on the creatives.

Posted by: Angela on August 24, 2007 09:27 AM

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