05.09.13 by Staff

“I Don’t Need A Reason” by Dizzee Rascal

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And the award for best use of loop goes to this video! Directed by Emile Sornin. Watch it below!


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  • http://blog.cardboardcities.co.uk/ laura redburn

    so soo good!

  • Roland Cos

    i like how the loops make you want to watch the video more than once, looking for new/funny stuff or where the glitch is. next to that the contrast between the music and the aesthetics/style of the video is nicely done.

    let’s just forget that the dizzy rascal isn’t the greatest and most charismatic actor you’ve ever seen on film.

  • http://foxesinthegraveyard.blogspot.com/ Kelly Rae

    haha I love it

  • johnny utah

    bringing the heat!

  • Alex

    this is great

  • scott radnidge

    that is awesome!

  • JustinSullivan

    I love this video. Just watched it a few times in a row!

  • cubana

    I absolutely love this video xxx :-) Dizzee is very creatively compelling and has had a strong 10 year music career.

    I’m really proud of him and all he has achieved breaking those bigotry idiots and their failing attempts to create divide amongst mass culture xxx

  • http://gauravmishra.com/ Gaurav Mishra

    damn it! this really blows!





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