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Friday, June 05, 2020

Thievery Corporation - "Warning Shots (2020 HD Version)" [Hip-Hop]

Warning Shots (2020 HD Version)

"Warning Shots (2020 HD Version)" music video by Thievery Corporation
Added: 05-06-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Warning Shots (Official Video) - 2020 HD Version

Official music video for "Warning Shots" ft. Sleepy Wonder & Gunjan

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This rugged block-rockin' breakbeat v.s. ragga mash-up features nimble toasting by dancehall veteran Sleepy Wonder and the sensual crooning of near-eastern chanteuse Gunjan. "Warning Shots" is featured on Thievery Corporation's 2005 album release, "The Cosmic Game."



Directed, Shot and Animated: Rob Myers
Editor: Bill McKenna
Staring: Sleepy Wonder & Gunjan
Music by: Thievery Corporation


Since debuting in the mid-'90s, Washington, D.C.'s Thievery Corporation have remained one of the most popular acts associated with chilled-out, lounge-friendly electronic music. Initially known for making abstract, instrumental, midtempo dance music whose classification fell somewhere between trip-hop and acid jazz, their sound expanded to include vocalists and live instrumentation on 2000's The Mirror Conspiracy (their most popular album in the United States), which was heavily influenced by bossa nova and soul. Their albums, from 2002's The Richest Man in Babylon onward, have become increasingly more political, reflecting their antiwar, pro-humanity stance in addition to their appreciation of all of the world's cultures. Likewise, their music has explored several additional influences and genres, including Indian classical, hip-hop, and reggae. Following the dark psychedelia of 2005's The Cosmic Game, 2008's Radio Retaliation was a protest album incorporating styles such as Afro-beat and go-go, and the Jamaica-recorded The Temple of I & I was devoted to dub and reggae.

Tags : 2005, 00s, Thievery Corporation