Drake – First Person Shooter ft. J. Cole

For All The Dogs Scary Hours Edition is a visually captivating music video directed by Gibson Hazard. The video features stunning cinematography by Bobby Shore and impressive visual effects by various professionals, including Mathematic, Karen Arakelian, Pendulum, Scissor Films, Black Hat, and Aid6n.edits.

The production of this music video was a collaborative effort, with Liam Akiva serving as the executive producer and producer, and Christian Tyler as an executive producer and creative director. Drake and qJamil “Big Juice” Davis provided their expertise as executive producers and creative directors, alongside Jack Bannon and Reduciano as creative directors.

The production company, House of Hazard x Denim, played a crucial role in bringing this project to life. Cam Frengopoulos and Alex Dall’Orso worked as line producers, while Jackie De Niverville contributed as an associate producer. Trevor Evoy efficiently managed the production as the production manager, supported by Amber Warus as the production coordinator.

To ensure a seamless viewing experience, the editing was skillfully executed by Gibson Hazard and Jack Bannon. The sound design was handled by Chris Smith and Jack Bannon, adding depth and enhancing the overall audiovisual experience.

The video also boasts impressive 3D animation, led by Reduciano, elevating the visual appeal of the music video even further. Dante Pasquinelli’s expertise as a colorist brought out the vibrant and captivating hues, while Alessandro Comotti contributed his graphic design skills.

Special thanks are extended to Scotiabank Arena, House of Hazard, OVO, Dreamville, and Vanessa Hoffer, whose support and collaboration were invaluable in the creation of this mesmerizing music video.

Overall, For All The Dogs Scary Hours Edition stands out as a visually stunning and expertly crafted music video, showcasing the talent and creativity of the entire production team involved.

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