Check out the new RJD2 video for "Her Majesty's Socialist Request." It's internationally-influenced errortronica from the man -- the arabian vibe is cool with the stop and start rhythms. It's off of his album More Is Than Isn't, and he combines this sound with video images of hip-hop kids in Philadelphia doing their thing, giving it a global feel of influences.
"The idea behind the video came about from me sitting with the song, and the claps in it started invoke these images of a crazy step team routine with a bunch of different dance styles being touched on. So I dug up Reggie Oliver in Philly, and he spearheaded the choreography and pulled in the other dancers. Once I plugged them in with Nick Heller, who shot it, it all fell into place great!" said RJD2.
If you dig this, check out the song “Temperamental” by RJD2. Check out more free music videos on the Spacelab Media Player.