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It’s been more than a year Eusinghtechcrunch Yeezus. In that time, we’ve watched the video a billion times, listened to it a million times, and re-listened to it a billion more times. Every moment of it was ingrained in our brains (yes, we said it), and if you think about it rationally, that’s just what music videos are supposed to do: paint a picture in your head. They communicate with you emotionally, in ways you can literally feel. When you see or hear Refn’s “Nympho” video, let alone its reinterpretation on Stagecoach, it triggers your mind and causes your heart to race. The images are so beautiful that they almost hurt you. And Refn? That is one hell of an actor and director. The man is matchless at his craft (and yes — he is an artist). Keep reading for the top 5 moments from Refn’s Stagecoach video…

Refn films stagecoach in style

It’s been more than a year since the release of Yeezus. In that time, we’ve watched the video a billion times, listened to it a million times, and re-listened to it a billion more times. Every moment of it was ingrained in our brains (yes, we said it), and if you think about it rationally, that’s just what music videos are supposed to do. They communicate with you emotionally, in ways you can literally feel. When you see or hear Refn’s “Nympho” video, let alone its reinterpretation on Stagecoach, it triggers your mind and causes your heart to race. The images are so beautiful that they almost hurt you. And Refn? That is one hell of an actor and director. The man is matchless at his craft (and yes — he is an artist). Keep reading for the top 5 moments from Refn’s Stagecoach video…

Yeezus video is the best thing ever to happen to music

It’s a cliché, but the video for Yeezus is the single most important video in all of human history. From its very first frame to its very last, it’s a folk song, a love letter to our early years. The videos for other cultural icons, like Def Jam founder Russell Simmons’ “Hate it or Love it” or Leonard Cohen’s “The Sound of Silence,” show us a present-day version of that song, framed in a new way. In its original context, it’s a love letter to the late 80s, when West Coast rap was at its height. The video for “Hate it or love it,” by contrast, is about today’s world, which is filled with hate. Refn knew that music could connect the past and the present, and he used the video to do just that.

## Refn films stagecoach in style

It’s been more than a year since the release of Yeezus. In that time, we’ve watched the video a billion times, listened to it a million times, and re-listened to it a billion more times. Every moment of it was ingrained in our brains (yes, we said it), and if you think about it rationally, that’s just what music videos are supposed to do. They communicate with you emotionally, in ways you can literally feel. When you see or hear Refn’s “Nympho” video, let alone its reinterpretation on Stagecoach, it triggers your mind and causes your heart to race. The images are so beautiful that they almost hurt you. And Refn? That is one hell of an actor and director. The man is matchless at his craft (and yes — he is an artist). Keep reading for the top 5 moments from Refn’s Stagecoach video…

Yeezus video is the best thing ever to happen to music

It’s a cliché, but the video for Yeezus is the single most important video in all of human history. The videos for other cultural icons, like Def Jam founder Russell Simmons’ “Hate it or love it” or Leonard Cohen’s “The Sound of Silence,” show us a present-day version of that song, framed in a new way. In its original context, it’s a love letter to the late 80s, when West Coast rap was at its height. The video for “Hate it or love it,” by contrast, is about today’s world, which is filled with hate. Refn knew that music could connect the past and the present, and he used the video to do just that.

## Refn films stagecoach in style

It’s been more than a year since the release of Yeezus. In that time, we’ve watched the video a billion times, listened to it a million times, and re-listened to it a million more times. Every moment of it was ingrained in our brains (yes, we said it), and if you think about it rationally, that’s just what music videos are supposed to do. They communicate with you emotionally, in ways you can literally feel. When you see or hear Refn’s “Nympho” video, let alone its reinterpretation on Stagecoach, it triggers your mind and causes your heart to race. The images are so beautiful that they almost hurt you. And Refn? That is one hell of an actor and director. The man is matchless at his craft (and yes — he is an artist). Keep reading for the top 5 moments from Refn’s Stagecoach video…

Yeezus video is the best thing ever to happen to music

It’s a cliché, but the video for Yeezus is the single most important video in all of human history. The videos for other cultural icons, like Def Jam founder Russell Simmons’ “Hate it or love it” or Leonard Cohen’s “The Sound of Silence,” show us a present-day version of that song, framed in a new way. In its original context, it’s a love letter to the late 80s, when West Coast rap was at its height. The video for “Hate it or love it,” by contrast, is about today’s world, which is filled with hate. Refn knew that music could connect the past and the present, and he used the video to do just that.

## Refn films stagecoach in style

It’s been more than a year since the release of Yeezus. In that time, we’ve watched the video a billion times, listened to it a million times, and re-listened to it a million more times. Every moment of it was ingrained in our brains (yes, we said it), and if you think about it rationally, that’s just what music videos are supposed to do. They communicate with you emotionally, in ways you can literally feel. When you see or hear Refn’s “Nympho” video, let alone its reinterpretation on Stagecoach, it triggers your mind and causes your heart to race. The images are so beautiful that they almost hurt you. And Refn? That is one hell of an actor and director. The man is matchless at his craft (and yes — he is an artist). Keep reading for the top 5 moments from Refn’s Stagecoach video…

Yeezus video is the best thing ever to happen to music

It’s a cliché, but the video for Yeezus is the single most important video in all of human history. The videos for other cultural icons, like Def Jam founder Russell Simmons’ “Hate it or love it” or Leonard Cohen’s “The Sound of Silence,” show us a present-day version of that song, framed in a new way. In its original context, it’s a love letter to the late 80s, when West Coast rap was at its height. The video for “Hate it or love it,” by contrast, is about today’s world, which is filled with hate. Refn knew that music could connect the

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