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Rapper Kekra has released his new music video on October 2 titled 'CLS'. Nicholas King, aka Nickels, has been instrumental for his role in preparing the robotic features seen in the video.

PARIS, FRANCE / ACCESSWIRE / October 8, 2019 / Rapper Kekra has announced the release of his new music video 'CLS'. The video is shot in black-and-white and is set in Paris. Nicholas King, aka Nickels, worked on the video as part of his vision of bringing science fiction to the music video industry.

The song is a sequel to a previous music video which can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lm7aRPqlKHE that is featured on the same album titled 'Vréalité'.

The earlier video has images of people, while robotic civilians and police largely inhabit the latest release. The skills of Nickels is very much in evidence as he brings the robotic images to life.

Nicholas King, aka Nickels, is a creative director most prominent for his skill in computer animation to assist artists in viral marketing. His viral content portfolio includes projects with Dennis Rodman, Jake Paul, Fedez and Chiara Ferragni, as well as others. The career of Nickels began in August 2016 when Vice Magazine interviewed him for his notability on his art that were making it's rounds on the internet. The interview was about a Pokémon GO video edit that he created. The video was uploaded to his YouTube channel where it went viral on reddit and was soon picked up by other media outlets.

Since 2016, Nicholas King aka Nickels has been actively featured on ESPN, Business Insider, Vice, and other media outlets for his work. In 2019, he has shifted his focus to work on visual effects with artists for viral marketing campaigns, music videos, and music visualizers, pioneering a sci-fi approach to digital content. To date, he has received production credits on work he has produced for OWSLA, Lil Gnar, Kekra, and Nessly.

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The above posts that he released on Instagram contain hints of a collaboration of Nickels, which we came to find out was for Kekra on his new music video for son 'CLS'. During the earliest mention of the helmets which play a prominent role in the music video, worn by the robot police, Nickels demonstrated the protection and flexibility which is eliminated during the course of the video. Further hints about their use and construction has helped to maintain the hint of secrecy which has been building in anticipation of the October 2 release date of the video.

Nickels was also able to capture the authentic moments between robots and humans, as made evident in his music video with rapper Nessly in his song titled 'See Me In Your Dreams'. Nickels demonstrates his quality in production value and how it somehow has no limits. Nessly's music video received little to no exposure, yet scenes could be mistaken for shots from a modern Hollywood VFX movie.

The earlier video has images of people, while robotic civilians and police largely inhabit the latest release. The skills of Nickels is very much in evidence as he brings the robotic images to life.

Nicholas King, aka Nickels, is a creative director most prominent for his skill in computer animation to assist artists in viral marketing. His viral content portfolio includes projects with Dennis Rodman, Jake Paul, Fedez and Chiara Ferragni, as well as others. The career of Nickels began in August 2016 when

It is without a doubt that science fiction and rich futuristic hi-tech worlds have been causing a ripple in the entertainment industry . From hit series on Netflix like Black Mirror, and the most recent video released by Lil Nas X for 'Panini', these visuals have resonated with our culture, and Nicholas King, aka Nickels has made it enjoyable for all of his viewers.

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