14.10.09 by Jeff

Nujabes / Luv(Sic)

Nujabes Luv(Sic) video, featuring Shing02, will hypnotize you.

nujabes luv sic music video

Watch the video below!


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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • duderino

    Great video! I like it.

  • That big guy at the end is funny as, bless.

  • Sometimes I wanted to look away but could not, it’s quite engrossing.

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  • JOhn Nguyen

    Nujabes the man

  • H

    YESS!!! lol

  • So busy today every thing has been moving at 100 miles an hour and this video has just leveled out the time nicely for the rest of my day, now feeling calm and collective.

  • poetry in motion

  • jajaja!

    guapísimo.

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  • Hanna Kim

    nujabes
    nujabes
    nujabes
    listen to nujabes like twenty for seven

  • I freakin’ love nujabes!
    awesome video ahaha!

  • refreshing!

  • Maw

    weirdly, the video and song go together nicely. they make a certain momentum that just works.

  • CHANTAL

    awesome…and quite hypnotic

  • ha ha.

  • love this.. a perfect marriage of music and visuals..

  • Jordan xD

    hey can anyone tell me what the title of this sing xD
    thnaks xD

  • Jordan xD

    awesome video, love it… agrree with all of the other comments
    hey can anyone tell me what the title of this sing xD
    thnaks xD

  • just made my day. xo

  • haberdasher

    azns doing ridiculous sh*t in slow-mo for four-and-a-half minutes –this was everything i was hoping for and so very, very much more.

    also, the song’s quite catchy.

    glorious.

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  • steve

    yay nujabes… isnt he dead? :(. thats what i heard.

  • They are just city heroes 🙂





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