CLOSE
Leave a comment

Busta Rhymes in "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See"Famed hip-hop director Hype Williams has made a career out of his flashy approach to music videos.  His two most recent clips, Kanye West’s “All Of The Lights” and Lil’ Wayne’s “6’7” draw heavily from movies you may have seen. “6’7” was obviously inspired by Christopher Nolan’s Inception, and “All Of The Lights” borrows from Gasper Noe’s independent film Enter The Void. A quick trip through Williams’ videography shows that he’s been jackin for scripts for awhile.

Top 9 Music Videos Of The 2000s

Top 9 Music Videos Of The 1990s

2Pac feat. Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman “California Love” (1996)

Based on Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)

Busta Rhymes “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” (1997)

Based on Coming To America (1988)

Busta Rhymes “Dangerous” (1997)

Based on Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon (1985). Also parodies scenes from Lethal Weapon (1987).

Nas “Street Dreams” (1996)

Based on Casino (1995)

Ol’ Dirty Bastard “Got Your Money” (1999)

Uses scenes from Dolemite (1975)

RELATED: Lil’ Wayne “6’7″ [MUSIC VIDEO]

RELATED: Kanye West, “All Of The Lights” [VIDEO PREMIERE]

comments – add yours
×