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Артист: N-Dubz Название: I Need You [DVD] Год выхода: 2009 Язык: English О видео клипе:
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"I Need You" is a song performed, written and produced by MOBO Award-winning English hip hop trio, N-Dubz. The song was written by all the group
members: Dappy, Fazer and Tulisa. Dappy and Fazer have been noted as the track's producers. Released through All Around The World on digital and
CD format on November 9, "I Need You" acted as the group's eighth official single as well as the lead single from their Platinum-certified
sophomore album, Against All Odds. The single made A-list rotation on BBC Radio 1 on October 21 - making it the trio's second single to be
A-listed on the station after "Strong Again" which was A-listed in early 2009. "I Need You" is an up-tempo song and has prominent British hip hop,
electropop and R B characteristics. The song's lyrics tell a story of one's strong infatuation with another person.
The song garnered commercial success for the group in both the United Kingdom and Ireland, where it reached peaks of #5 and #22. The song became the
group's most successful single and first top ten hit as solo artists.
A modern, club-scene inspired music video directed by Rage, to "I Need You" was released on September 21, 2009. N-Dubz promoted the single by
performing it on various television and radio shows. Of which included: GMTV, Live Lounge and T4's Stars of 2009.
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The music video for "I Need You" was filmed on September 13, 2009. It was produced by Luti Fagbenle who has produced music videos for the likes of The
music video Craig David and Mr Hudson. The video was directed by American director Rage and edited by John Holloway. The official music video
premiered on 4music on September 20, 2009.
Rage also directed the group's music video for previous single, "Wouldn't You."
The music video begins with the "N-Dubz" logo appearing onscreen. The group is then shown arriving at the (Battersea) London Heliport in an atmosphere
of stormy weather. Dappy arrives in a personalized helicopter also with the N-Dubz logo on, Fazer arrives on a Ducati Motorcycle, and Tulisa arrives
in a white Lamborghini Gallardo SE. The three members then come together as a group and start performing the song at the Heliport in front of the
modes of the transport they came in. This scene is continuously in a call-and-response with the scene in the nightclub. In this Dappy wears a black
hoodie underneath a white Addidas pullover and black sunglasses. Tulisa sports a new hairstyle from previous music videos, with straight hair and a
fringe which is tied up in this scene. She is wearing tight black pants and a blue sweater over a white shirt. Fazer is seen wearing a black leather
jacket lined in white on the bottom ends, black sunglasses and a black beanie. The group are then arrive together at the Vendrome nightclub in Mayfair
London and cuts back to the roof throughout the video. In this scene Dappy is seen wearing his characteristic headpiece, coloured in red for the video
to contrast with its black-red colour theme, he wears a red hoodie that is striped with black lines. Tulisa is seen wearing a 'LBD' and
'bang bang shoes,' with her hair untied and made-up with red lipstick. Fazer has a red hoodie on with a matching red cap. Each member is
seen singing to a partner in the club, where when they leave to go somewhere and come back their partner disappears. Dappy's scene takes place on
a red sofa, Tulisa's in a secluded white room and Fazer's on the dancefloor. After the group members' partners left them, they can all
be seen sitting on a sofa in the dancefloor area of the nightclub singing. In one scene Dappy can be seen accessing Facebook to find his missing
partner - contrasting with the song's lyric 'I've been searching all over Facebook but I can't seem to find you'. Tulisa in
another scene can be seen taking a picture of herself and her partner with a mobile phone. Prominent flashing lights and neons are visible throughout
the video, of which take on a red colour in the nightclub and a white colour on the rooftop and at the Heliport. The music video ends with the members
walking away from the camera which then cuts to a view of city lights.
Digital Spy said of the video: "They have really upped their game and splashed the cash. One scene sees Dappy flying a personalised helicopter. He had
to fly it himself with an instructor by his side and he was very nervous".
The music video has received over 7,000,000 views on YouTube.
In an interview with Digital Spy, Dappy described the music video as being "Big and phat" and despite the director, Rage, being American, "It still
feels very British".