Review. The music and vocals are expectedly exceptional. What’s interesting about High off the Fame is how the melody morphs from quasi-rap to house-dance music, covering multiple genres of music in the same song. The video clarity and quality are impressive considering some of the low-light challenges that the venue presented.
Multiple camera angles and points of view provide a surround-perspective in what looks like a converted warehouse-flat where this video was produced. Some of the animated special effects were unexpected and very well done – pay close attention to the tattoos that seem to come to life.
The performance by Candyman187 is spot on, and when partnered with Snoop Dogg this becomes an epic video sure to become a classic. The dance scene at the end is well choreographed and the dancers are obviously some of the best in the business. As a side note, anyone into fashion, hair styles, tattoos, and clothing design will find this video interesting. This video has something for everyone.