Rob Roy “Carmencita” dir. Lance Drake

By Dorian Tocker

Genre-bending hip-hop artist Rob Roy (although according to his MySpace, he’s a Chinese traditional/Classical Opera and Vocal/Visual artist) has a new video, “Carmencita”. And if that parenthetical had you saying “Wha-huh?” then his new clip, directed by Lance Drake, should have the same effect. The clip features Roy floating on a cloud of balloons, climbing an invisible staircase, and falling into a void of digital bit-mosh—you get the picture.

Watch the video below and check out more from Rob Roy at myspace.com/robroy and more from Lance Drake at lancedrake.com

And, if you’re so inclined, check out Rob Roy’s clip for “Fur In My Cap” from 2009, directed by Ethan Lader.



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2 Responses to Rob Roy “Carmencita” dir. Lance Drake

  1. Jon Agua says:

    I wish I could find a girl to carry me on her balloons. The visuals on that Lance Drake video were pretty sweet. Also, I completely forgot about that Rob Roy music video. Thanks for putting that back on my radar.

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