December was another busy month in the capital! This month’s Ottawa Music Video Roundup includes four music videos. Artists include Airborn, Dynamic aka Ya Favourite Lightskin, Arty Warhol and Bobby Brugal (formerly known as Cashtro Crosby).
We’re continuing to ask you, the fans, to vote for the capital’s Video of the Month. Check out the videos below in order of release date, then help us crown the top video in the city for December. Special shout out to our sponsor Greg Campbell – Blue Panda Realty.
Last month you voted for “No Games” by Aspects featuring 613TINO as your video of the month.
Video of the Month (December) – Aspects feat. 613TINO – “No Games”
Who will win for December?
Airborn Coming Down Release date: December 7, 2019 Shot and edited by: 3FIFTYCO
The production team at 3FIFTYCO is back with another video this month, this time for Airborn’s track “Coming Down”. The video features Airborn alternating between the studio and a parking with his crew. It’s a simple concept with the quality we’ve come to expect from 3FIFTYCO.
Dynamic aka Ya Favourite Lightskin My Throne Release date: December 11, 2019 Directed by: Quest (Dreamland) Edited by: BrownGuyMadeIt
MC and radio host Dynamic, aka Ya Favourite Lightskin, continues to be one of the most productive artists in the capital dropping another video in December.
For the visuals for “My Throne” he once again tag teamed with Gatineau producer and videographer Quest of Dreamland. The video features the rapper in front of some downtown Ottawa landmarks, including the Shaw Centre (formerly Ottawa Convention Centre) and the Oscar Peterson statue. We also see Dynamic standing in front of the light displays at the National Arts Centre and the Ottawa Arts Gallery which creates some cool effects.
Arty Warhol I Knew It Release date: December 18, 2019 Shot by: Duava
In December, of the city’s most talented artists, Arty Warhol, dropped some visuals for “I Knew It”. The video is slightly reminiscent of the visuals for his 2018 track “Big ‘Ol Beamer”. It’s pretty simple, featuring Warhol in his car and neighbourhood.
Quest feat. Hevve and Dip Black Cobain Release date: December 21, 2019 Filmed and edited by: 3FIFTYCO
If you thought last decade was the era of the producer you wouldn’t be wrong. The decade saw a number of producers, from Mustard and Metro Boomin to DJ Khaled and Zaytoven release albums and other original music. Gatineau producer Quest has continued the trend with “Cobain” featuring Hevve and Dip Black. This also happens to be the second entry on our roundup from 3FIFTYCO and the first collaboration between 3FIFTYCO and Dreamland.
Shot in Carleton Place outside of Ottawa, this video has the most special effects of the videos on our roundup. The flows and cadences from Hevve and Dip Black are ridiculous, but what else would we expect from this duo.
Bobby Brugal Samo Release date: December 22, 2019 Filmed and edited by: Stainvisualz
Bobby Brugal, formerly Cashtro Crosby, hinted at some new music being on the way and he delivered some just before the New Year. Filmed and edited by Stainvisualz, the video for “Samo” features Brugal in front of the Ho Ho Chinese Restaurant on Carling Avenue. We have a few homies and alcohol who make an appearance. We also see a live painter doing her craft; a contrast to her gritty surroundings.
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