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Bad Bunny ft. Yaviah 'Bichiyal' by Cliqua & Stillz
Cliqua and Stillz direct a hyperactive, colour-drenched visual in Yokohama, Japan, for Bad Bunny's Bichiyal.
Exploring drag-racing culture in Japan, the video focuses on a female racer going about her daily routine, preparing to face-off against a ruthless male rival.
The vibrance of Tokyo seeps down into the small port town in which this was filmed, creating a contrasting gritty yet pop-culture vibe, very suited to the enigmatic Bad Bunny.
DoP Chris Ripley takes a frenetic approach to the camerawork, filming in a handheld documentary style for most of the visual, whilst utilising a few action film-style whips and pans for the climactic ending.
|Director||Cliqua & Stillz|
|Executive Producer||Jerad Anderson|
|Executive Producer||Ryan Huffman|
|Director of Photography||Chris Ripley|
|Post Producer||Luke Arreguin|
|VFX||Ryan Zum Mallen|
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