Video Premiere: Paul Wall's 'Got to Get It'


Video Premiere: Paul Wall's 'Got to Get It'
Paul Wall's single 'Got to Get It' from his studio album 'Fast Life' gets a music video.


A music video filmed to promote Paul Wall's single "Got to Get It" from his fourth studio album "Fast Life" has just made its way out. It is directed by Mike Fair from Swishahouse, and features people doing different activities, such as playing with shopping carts, having barbecue, and cooking in the kitchen.

Beside having a video for "Got to Get It", Paul Wall has also shot a music video in support of another single called "I Need Mo". For this project, he brings in Travis Barker from Blink-182 as well as his collaborator Kobe.

The video, which will be premiered sometime soon, is directed by Amir Valinia by using Apple iPhone 3Gs as the camera. "This is the first time a major music video with major artists will be shot exclusively using the Apple iPhone 3Gs as the camera. We wanted to do something that was more than just unique. We really wanted to push the envelope of what was technologically available to us, the consumer, today," so Amir said.

Paul Wall's "Got to Get It" music video

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