Louie Gold - You Know (Prod. FRND)
Power Dump (feat. Big Kahuna)
Pool Party - Potty Rocker
DGroupin (feat. J-Ray & SamCole)
Coming Home Again - Live From the Attic
Better - CBS
Brookwood Where You At?
Louie Gold - You Know (Prod. FRND)Louie Gold is an up and coming Atlanta based artist, and this was his first musical release. With every song, he plans to release quality music videos.LOUIE GOLD sound cloudDirector: Kyle SklenarCinematographer: Zak WashburnConcept: Matt MeadeArtist: Louie Gold
Power Dump (feat. Big Kahuna)Power Dump was a song in the making for three years. Once the song was finished, we spent a week scoping out best bathrooms in the city of Atlanta for the shoot, and getting the shots we needed. Director: Kyle Sklenar & Andrew AlvarezCinematographer: Kyle SklenarSong by: Alcatraz Feat. Big Kahuna
My DGroupThis music video was shot as a promotional piece for the high school ministry at Grace Snellville. The purpose was to make D-Groups cool, and to get kids to sign up.Shot + Edited: Kyle Sklenar
Pool Party - Potty RockerThis music video was a promotional tool made for a potty training company called the Potty Rocker. This company created a book and other products to aid in the adventure of potty training your child. This video depicts two rappers asking children to not pee in the pool.Shot + Edited: Kyle SklenarArtist: Pat Soul
DGroupin (feat. J-Ray & SamCole)This music video was created as a promotional piece for the high school ministry at Grace Snellville. It was used to build hype around DGroups and to get students signed up.
Coming Home Again - Live From the AtticThis was a music video shot for Andrew Thomas, a local Atlanta musician. It was shot and recorded live in the attic of a barn in Snellville, GA.
Better - CBSThis music video was created for Better Mornings Atlanta, a segment on the CBS Atlanta network. The video is brought to you by the same artists that performed in Brookwood Where You At.
Brookwood Where You At?This music video was produced as a declaration against then-rival Brookwood High School. The video went viral, with over 800,000 views on YouTube alone. It sparked a music-video craze among schools all across the nation, but specifically in the south east.
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