Omar The Director has been in high demand for quite a while now and he’s built up a star studded client list in that time. For many, it’s his work on Peewee Longway’s breakout video for “I Can’t Get Enough”, that first grabbed their attention.
For others, it’s his long- standing creative relationship with Gucci Mane and Plies (Omar has been behind the camera for the bulk of Plies’ iconic visuals, including “Rock”, “Ran Off On Da Plug Twice” and “Real Hitta”). If there’s one common thread running through Omar’s visuals it has to be his striking cinematography and the use of vibrant colors coupled with a blazing fast editing style.
A great music video doesn’t just bring a song to life, but rather lends the song a new one. A few weeks ago, Omar directed a visual for Gucci Mane’s song “Publicity Stunt”.
The music video shows Gucci watering his lawn, receiving a race-car delivery , hitting the streets in back to back yellow Ferraris, and more. The video quickly rose to #1 on the trending charts on YouTube where its accumulated over 8 million views at the time of writing.
Omar has been behind many of social media’s buzzed-about and shared clips in the past few years as well, one of them finding Atlanta rapper Peewee Longway under the influence of his favorite codeine potion as he crawls to his Lamborghini while rapping the song and karate kicking the door open.
One of the most distinctive features of Omar The Director’s work is his talent to make even the most insignificant and plain things shine. Omar has directed over 100 music videos in the past few years, amassing dozens of #1 Youtube debuts and #1 BET Jam OF The Week nominations. We can’t wait to see what the talented director is cooking up next.
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