Tinie Tempah ft Jess Glynne 'Not Letting Go' by Charlie Robins And Joe Alexander
Charlie Robins and Joe Alexander disbanded their directing partnership (aka Charlie & Joe) last year to go their separate ways, and on to various individual projects. But they've rejoined forces for old time's sake, to create this high energy video for Tinie Tempah's No Letting Go featuring girl-of-the-moment Jess Glynne.
The video sees Tempah performing his hip-hop serenade in his native London, with Jess providing the warm vocals for the infectiously catchy chorus. Charlie & Joe took the opportunity to start a dance party on a sunny spring day - and despatching the old saw that you should 'never go back.'
|Executive Producer||Sasha Nixon|
|Production Manager||Mike Carr|
|1st AD||Jerome Franc|
|Director of Photography||Richard Stewart|
|Focus Puller||Alexandra Voikou|
|2nd AC||Chris Rusby|
|Art Director||Louis Ruscombe-King|
|Editing company||The Assembly Rooms|
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