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Bunji Garlin – Differentology (music video)


  • Director: Nigel Thompson
  • Director Of Photography: Sean “Science” Edghill
  • Assistant Director: Roland “Rembunction” Yearwood
  • 2nd Assistant Director: Richard Rawlins
  • 1st Assistant Camera: Damien Jobity
  • 2nd Assistant Camera: Iscah Straker
  • Gaffer: Selwyn Henry / Kerron Lemmessy
  • Best Boy Electric: Ken Bailey / Selwyn Henry
  • Storyboard Artist: Richard Rawlins
  • Producer: Nigel Thompson
  • Associate Producers: Kerima Rahim, Princess Donelan, Alana Ramlal
  • Production Manager: Kerima Rahim
  • Grip: Keegan Rudolfo
  • Driver / Transport: Navin Suchit
  • Props: Frank Seales
  • Make up: Jennelle Orosco, Steven Taylor, Liz-Ann Jaggernauth, Christopher Rama
  • Music Provided by: Rawle “Boobie” Edwards
  • Costumes by: K2K Alliance & Tribe
  • Location: “Melau” Provided by TCL / Readymix

in all honesty i dont see it being that different to any other video out there… concept nor production. the atmosphere had all the vibes. just didn’t translate for me. flat harsh images. wrong frame rate at times… bah i eh going into it… go watch blaxx leh go instead…

  1. 17 May, 2013 at 7:11

    I doh mind the mud business but they could have put more thought into it and do something much more symbolic or even just shot better… it lacking a creative spark that the hype and anticipation had me looking out for. The pretty mas and fight scenes… nah.

  2. Frankson Marshall
    17 May, 2013 at 7:34

    This is a shit video!

  3. Arima Massive
    17 May, 2013 at 11:52

    Technical mistakes aside, the point I guess was to show the evolution and maybe degeneration of Carnival from a full costume/caricature deep meaning portrayal to one where bands compete at an almost Brazilian level with who could get away with the skimpiest bikini and feather placement. Is a differentology of the artform and perspective. Traditional vs modern. Which one is better? Or maybe I readin too much into it…

    • 17 May, 2013 at 12:45

      as with all art its open to interpretation and i dont think yours is off… my ‘meh’ feeling stems from the seeming lack of direction (technical or otherwise). something just lacking… maybe the vibes was only in the atmosphere and didnt translate into digital, its probably an analog thing.

      the problem with a music video is that it contains audio and video. this was not a silent film. the song by itself exudes a whole heap of emotion. it has passion… the video… meh… they shot some stuff and slapped it together… tried some fancy CGI and _ish… i’m not discounting the production of it just that all the HYPE doesn’t add up… along with the the articles and social media posts by those directly associated…

      and i know about HYPE!

  4. 17 May, 2013 at 13:07

    I support Bungi and all……. That said, this is a great song, not a nice song, not a good song a GREAT SONG…., I feel what you all feel or don’t feel with the video that should have (could have) catapulted it to even greater heights

  5. nastylittletruths
    26 May, 2013 at 16:29

    I took your advice and looked at Blaxx video…. Yes, I enjoyed that one more than Bunji’s…. Nothing to do with any deep artistic meaning – just plain fun that Bunji’s scowling face couldn’t match…

  1. 23 July, 2014 at 16:32
  2. 24 July, 2014 at 21:01

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