Fan video for old school Halifax hip hop legends Sebutones (Buck 65 & Sixtoo)
The video for Deee-Lite’s “Groove is in the Heart” (featuring Q-Tip, Maceo Parker and Bootsy Collins) is a classic of 90’s psychedelic visual culture. The iconic video was not only released 7 years prior to the first Austin Powers movie, but also at least inspired the main character Ulala and world of SEGA’s classic psychedelic video game Space Channel Five.
5 years after there last album or any independent work, Squeeze Me by N.E.R.D was created solely for the 2015 movie “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water”.
Even though this movie wasn’t very good, it still confused and intrigued me that a kids show like Spongebob were its had no previous use of psychedelic visuals, is using psychedelic visuals to both promote and entertain viewers of there movie with. I mean it worked in the long run i thought it was cool, and it makes me wonder why more shows don’t incorporate psychedelic visuals. Marketing gimmick?
Rick and Morty meet Kendrick Lamar in this awesome mashup.