Pop culture magazine MEAN (Music. Entertainment. Art. News), in conjunction with MTV, recently announced the launch of a series of groundbreaking, star-studded music videos entitled “Supervideo”. Each “supervideo” will tap buzzworthy music, filmmakers, and talent in a high voltage expression of music and art.
Starting off with a bang is “Supervideo: LCD f/Kendrick”, combining the diverse talents of Training Day writer David Ayer, Up in the Air and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World actress Anna Kendrick, and the indelible music of LCD Soundsystem. The song, “Pow Pow”, from LCD’s current album This is Happening was used as inspiration for the story of a mysterious woman (Kendrick) and her entourage of lawyers and bodyguards as they travel through the underworld of Los Angeles to capture the souls of notorious villains.
Check out the (super)video below.
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