Anything can happen at The Night Show. At least that’s what Travis Scott tells us. If that’s the case, it should’ve been no surprise to see a 10-foot tall by 40-foot wide projector screen on the night of, hosting the works of four very skilled videographers. Each with their own unique style, Deddy Mo’ Bucks, Vontae Knight, Mike Washington, and YGA supplied the crowd with four very different, yet equally dope visuals. With noise cancelling headphones and a projector for each of the four exhibits, attendees were able to see and hear the exclusive motion pictures developed by each artist. And it didn’t stop there. Zoom out and you’ll see Era Hardaway, No1DraftPickReem, DJ Vega and Tokyo Trendz cooking up sets that were guaranteed to get your head rocking and feet moving before or after peeping the exhibits. And what’s a show without a live performance? Nobody knows thanks to IPM’s own Al Dom$, Webb Swayze, and Jae R solidifying the scene by hopping on stage and performing a handful of songs at the peak of the night. So yeah, it appears Mr. Scott is correct, ANYTHING can happen at The Night Show (STRAIGHT UP!).
Check out all the exclusive pieces from The Night Show down below.
From the Outkast's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below Album "Where Are My Panties" Skit, Deddy chose to bring this narrative to life while adding his personal touch with an extended ending. The visual accurately dipicts each line from the skit, making you feel as if you're really inside the minds and thoughts of each person speaking.
Vontae Knight compiled a film reel highlighting some of his best work from the past year. As you can see, he has developed his own distinct style of shooting but defintely doesn't limit himself to what he'll shoot. Whether it's music videos, recaps, or live performances, he can do it all and do it very well.
Mike Washington and Travis Bebee of Rosewood put together a touching tribute piece starring Eleazar Sunglao reminding all of us: "No matter how much life throws at you, remember that it's important to take time for yourself and just appreciate what you have."
We saved YGA for last because actually, we don't have a copy of the piece he did for the exhibition. In fact, no one does but him. His visual was created solely for this event and will not be displayed anywhere else (not even on social media). A true SHAKE exclusive.