The longest music video is “The Night Porter” by The Weeknd for “Earned It.” This song was originally produced for the film Selma and has now been remixed and re-released several times. It was released as a single in the United States on April 30, 2015. On March 25, 2016, The Weeknd released a new music video for “Earned It,” directed by John Wells using the same cast from “Selma,” with the only difference being the music and the colors.
What is the biggest music video you’ve seen for any band?
I love music videos because it allows for you to watch something that you don’t normally watch or think about. That’s what I like the most about it: You can watch something that hasn’t really been played in a while, and then look at someone and look at what they’ve been wearing. I like that. It’s like, “Oh my God, I had no idea.”
Has your career impacted your style?
Every artist I work with has influenced the rest of my video making process. They have definitely influenced me more than I thought they would. I think it’s a natural evolution and it’s exciting that I can continue to be inspired and I get to see them every day, but it also makes it harder than it would have been to do it without them.
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A woman has claimed she witnessed a ‘stampede’ of immigrants leaving the UK for Germany.
Video footage shows young people fleeing the UK, heading for the EU country.
The migrants are heard screaming and screaming as they run towards Germany.
A few arrive before being separated, with at least one woman claiming she saw as many as 25 people in total.
Some of the migrants who were separated were also heard shouting ‘I don’t want to go, I want to stay’.
Police have since confirmed that three people from the group were arrested after the incident.
The footage was shot at a large protest in front of EU buildings in central Manchester today – as the EU prepares to discuss a proposal to move up their visa controls.
One man was held to be a suspect in the attack on a van carrying five Kurdish nationals earlier this month –