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  • 1. Analysis of my music video
  • 2. Using conventions
    • In order to make sure my music video could be identified as an R&B one, I implemented certain genre characteristics. I decided to stick with a typical format of a female R&B video which consists of dance routine and narrative.
    • Like most R&B videos there is a direct relationship between the lyrics/music and visuals amplifying it
    • We used many close ups in the video in order to sell the artist and voyeuristic treatment of the female for sex appeal
    ‘ fly you out to superland’ ‘ I swear I’ll never leave you’
  • 3.
    • I also decided to include many fades in the transitions during the editing process as this is used by many R&B music video editors to make the video appear to flow creating a subtle effect
    Developing conventions
    • Instead of using a number of different locations where the artist preformed by themselves, we instead developed this idea by having the artist in the same building but moving around to different parts.
  • 4. Challenging convention
    • The style of dancing we chose to use in this video is quite contemporary with loads of spins, to highlight the softness of the song and lyrics. This is a challenge to R&B videos as it normally consists of street dancing
    • We also decided to have the video end as it started, in quite a sad way, contradicting the lyrics to show an unresolved situation (and telling the story of a relationship that doesn’t really get to develop as they end in separate places). This is challenge of R&B videos so they normally end up with some sort of happy ending or resolution