We filmed Kill Jill earlier this year in San Francisco with Archie and Sizzle. The track was produced by DJ Kakah and we had William/Paloma and Ry'el/Jessica as dancers. This was not an easy shoot to coordinate since we had many people involved and logistically, it was difficult.
Our first location was Dolores Park. This is a relatively new park with an amazing view of the city. We had many takes at this location and it turns out that the footage from this location came out the best.
The second location was the Palace of Fine Arts. This location is a popular tourist location and was unfortunately a very windy location. Due to the wind, we didn't use any dancing clips in the music video but utilized some solo clips.
The third location was a lookout point nearby which had great views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Again, the wind was a factor - however, most of the dancing clips were useful and the solos from Archie and Sizzle were great. We finished shooting at this location around 4:30 and headed to the hotel where we were staying to meet with DJ Kakah and William/Paloma.
Due to arrival/logistical issues, we were pressed for time as the sun was setting. William and Paloma had just landed so we frantically found a location in the neighborhood nearby. We took two takes just before the sun had set. Had we had more time, we would have found a better location and included DJ Kakah in the video as well.
Overall, the music video turned out great. It really shows the energy of the dancers and plays well with the musicality of the track. The solo parts by Archie and Sizzle are high energy and I'm really happy with the camera movement.
We shot this video with a Sony a6300.
We plan on working with Archie and Sizzle in early 2018. You can check out their website here: KizombaWorth.com Also, keep an eye out for a new CD to be released sometime in March of next year.