Hot from her debut in the music industry in 2018 with her hit single “Icy Girl”, 29-year-old Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper (or better known by her alias as Saweetie instead), has been making it to the top #10 charts on radio, YouTube, Spotify and other music platforms with her fiery-hot bars and all-hits-no-misses songs with some crazy music video ideas to boost her musical creativity!
With the rise of the new generation of rappers writing and releasing instant platinum-selling record sales and music videos featuring more and more abstract concepts that make every frame a painting to hang up in your house. What do you, as Saweetie and her director, James Larese, do? Well, you write down a blank check for the VFX budget and get Cameo FX and London Alley Entertainment to triple down and go absolutely hog wild in Saweetie’s music video for Fast (Motion)!
Throughout the entirety of the 3-minute-eight-second music video, you can see not only the creative direction that James Larese have taken as a director, but also the effort and dedication taken by the artistic engineers from Cameo FX and London Alley Entertainment to realize the vision and turn it into reality. Well, at least on our phone screens!
The music video starts with Saweetie herself warming up on a small piece of track, warming herself up to run into a portal of some kind before being tossed into a rap battle with her clones with the first opening verses of the song. After making a run for the portal and assimilating the other clones to build up more speed, the music video then takes us on a trippy journey across multiple dimensions!
We get sudden cuts of Saweetie in different attire and performing different stunts in different places. With Saweetie pulling off hat tricks against her opponents in soccer and scoring a goal, leaving her rival in the dust at a drag race, devastating her home city of Brooklyn, New York against a professional basketball player and scoring a sick dunk, knocking out a MMA fighter with a mean uppercut, and defying the laws of time, space and physics with various dance segments!
If you’re looking to start the day on a fast-paced and light-hearted note, or want to experience an acid-trip and a half of a music video, you can view the Saweetie – Fast (Motion) music video on her YouTube channel here!