No Clue? I’ll give you one hint: She wakes up feeling like [lastfm]P. Diddy[/lastfm]. Find out who after the jump!
[lastfm]Ke$ha’s [/lastfm]fourth single from her album Animal will be “Take It Off” and the eccentric new pop star recently announced that she’ll be working on the music video for the song with a well known director. He’s worked with many AMP artists; are you curious as to who it is?
It’s Paul Hunter, y’all. This name might sound familiar because as I said, he’s quite popular among AMP artists. Here are some of the videos he’s directed: “Hollaback Girl” by [lastfm]Gwen Stefanie[/lastfm], “Don’t Cha” by [lastfm]The Pussycat Dolls[/lastfm], “Birthday Sex” by [lastfm]Jeremiah[/lastfm], and “Gangsta Luv” by [lastfm]Snoop Dogg[/lastfm] and featuring [lastfm]The Dream[/lastfm]- just to name a few.
If you’ve heard “Take if Off” you know it’s a dance party waiting to happen, so I can’t wait to see what visuals Hunter and Ms [lastfm]Ke$ha [/lastfm]come up with for the song. What I’m wondering is whether or not she’ll go back to Jumbo’s Clown Room in Hollywood to take it off. After all, it is where she had her album release party. Hell, why not just let the strippers take it off for the music video?
[lastfm]Ke$ha[/lastfm] should have hired me to direct the video. I hope you’re taking notes, Hunter. Check out some of Paul’s work by watching Gwen Stefani’s music video for “Hollaback Girl”: