Music Videos

Oh boy. Music videos — some of the hardest content to create, but some of the funnest sets to be on. Everyone at ECG has a great story from “that one time I was on set filming a music video”. One of our best stories hails from the shoot for hip hop artist Freetown’s song Life of the Party. Our crew travelled to Miami, ready for a full day shoot in a swanky beach mansion location, only to have the artist no-show on the day. We made the most of it though, and, although it’s not what we envisioned, we still think the video turned out pretty great. That’s really the magic of music videos — anything goes. It’s a chance for us to realize some pretty amazing, off-the-beaten-path concepts and experiment with new methods of lighting or camerawork. We always get excited when the opportunity to create a music video comes our way.

Music Videos Portfolio

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Connor Byers | “Like Oh” Music Video

At ECG Productions, we love making awesome music videos. Shot on the RED Epic in a cinematic 2:1 aspect ratio, Connor Byers’ “Like Oh” is audio and visual candy.

ECG Productions | 2015 Music Video Reel

Our music videos are opportunities to experiment with visual effects, motion graphics, new cameras, and wacky ideas. Our music video reel shows some of our favorites!

cameraman filming MattyB

MattyB (New Kids) | Official Music Video

Here’s a special behind-the-scenes look at the music video for MattyB’s New Kids! The video featured live-action, custom graphics, animation, and just so many mirrors.

George Stinney Music Video Still ECG Productions, Jason Sirotin

George Stinney | Official Music Video

This music video proves music videos can tell amazing stories. We shot P-Dash’s historical rap epic, George Stinney, on the RED Dragon and mastered in stunning 4K.

Adickdid | Official Music Video

Taking on serious issues through his music, we were honored to create this music video for P-Dash’s song Adickdid, which touches on domestic violence.

16 OS | Invictus Music Video

A powerful song keeps its resonance even if the music video is shot against a simple background. See what we mean here with the video for 16 OS’ song, Invictus.