- Steve Aoki Releases Ken Jeong-Starring Video for 'Waste It On Me' Feat. BTS: Watch
- The Tweets About BTS & Steve Aoki's "Waste It On Me" Video Praise Its Asian Representation
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- Watch endless celebrity cameos in BTS and Steve Aoki’s ‘Waste It On Me’ music video
Steve Aoki Releases Ken Jeong-Starring Video for 'Waste It On Me' Feat. BTS: Watch
The music video was directed by Joe Hahn of Linkin Park and released on November 19, Similar to the music video of.and you you que es bueno para las puntas resecas del cabello casas de venta de dueno a dueno en bryan tx
Because of how i felt about the asian footprint in music culture i wanted to make the music video to reflect an entirely asian cast with an asian director. The music video tells the story of waste it on me in an incredibly funny witty and clever manner. Please watch it and hope u enjoy our music video. Photographed just some of the cast and crew from the video. Thanks to all the amazing actors and filmmakers who made this happen!
Sign in. See the list. Title: Steve Aoki Feat. The original Korean The original Korean version was released This MV is about the stereotypes of K-Pop. It has bright colors, weird gestures, and many different aspects.
Skip navigation! Story from Music. Just when you thought you had seen the most beautiful group of crazy rich people duke it out on screen, Steve Aoki has dropped a video that takes the drama — and hilarity — up a notch. Though none of the seven members of BTS make an appearance, the visual boasts more than enough talent as they make cameos doing karaoke to the catchy dance track. Related Stories. With this diverse cast, Aoki hoped to further Asian representation. It seems Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes might never tell us if they're dating, but they've been doing a whole lot to show us.
The Tweets About BTS & Steve Aoki's "Waste It On Me" Video Praise Its Asian Representation
Steve Aoki - Waste It On Me feat. BTS (Official Video) [Ultra Music]
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Today, the artist revealed the music video for the single. The audio debuted at No. Instead of a fancy video or a mysterious concept, Aoki used his collaboration with BTS to showcase the aspects of a culture that are often ignored by mainstream media. From the waiter to the DJ of the club Aoki himself , the director has smartly placed the characters within the very same set up in which we usually find protagonists from the west. This seems to be a deliberate move on the part of the director as it makes a powerful point i. While the video only features Asian-Americans, it is still a great move as it gives Asian people something to relate to. For a long time, ideals of Asian people, especially the teenagers, have been based on the characters placed in a culture they fail to relate to.
K-pop is also doing that. Once he broke it, everyone started breaking it. The significance — of an English song produced by a Japanese American, sung by South Korean musicians and released in America hitting No. With the new generation, music brings people together. As a married mother of three, this is a good distraction for one day out of , right? In the music video, Devon Aoki plays a woman with her boyfriend Butler as she is pined after by a nightclub waiter, played by Ken Jeong. Left to right: Ben Baller, Jimmy O.
In December , it was announced a Slushii remix and a Cheat Codes remix would be released in the same month. It is in E Minor with the vocals ranging from D4-B5. Along with Aoki announcing the track on Twitter , he stated that fans could tweet the hashtag " WasteItOnMe" to unlock a second preview. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. October 24, Retrieved October 26,
Watch endless celebrity cameos in BTS and Steve Aoki’s ‘Waste It On Me’ music video
The clip then cuts to Ken, a waiter at the establishment, whose night takes a turn for the better after he sees his crush, Devon, visiting the club. There's just one little problem: She's on a date with Ross. I feel so deeply about the Asian footprint in music culture that I wanted the music video to have an entirely Asian cast and director. Ken also seemed excited about starring in the video, which was directed by Joe Hahn. It's even cooler that I'm working with my friends, a stellar all Asian-American crew in front of and behind the camera.