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"Losing You" is a R&B, dance-pop and indie pop song with influences of electronic music. The song received universal acclaim from music critics. The single's accompanying music video was directed by Melina Matsoukas and shot at multiple locations in the township of Langa in Cape Town, South Africa. Following the. 2 Oct Photo by Daniele Tamagni. Here's the video for "Losing You", the new Solange track co-written and produced by Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange). Director Melina Matsoukas filmed Knowles and friends in Cape Town, South Africa in August, hanging out with members of the stylish Le Sapeurs subculture. 2 Oct Solange debuts the video for her first single, "Losing You," at the strike of midnight (Oct. 2). "When Melina and I decided to film 'Losing You' in South Africa, we really didn't have a real firm concept in place. It was sort of a grab a Fashion's Night Out: Solange Talks Stylish Album + More Music Highlights.
4 Oct I was reminded of this earlier this week when Solange released the Cape Town- set video for her new song, Losing You. A lot of people on music blogs expressed their fury at Ross's video, criticising what they saw as "bad publicity" for Nigeria, while others praised him, saying the video shone a light on. 5 Oct We had forgotten about American singer Solange Knowles until The Fader shared her new music video for 'Losing You' this week, calling it “a killer single.” The music video comes two weeks after another video by Swedish band Little Dragon surfaced on the web. Both videos were recorded in some of. 9 Oct Solange was recently in the country for a feature in an upcoming issue of South Africa's Elle magazine. During her time here, she also shot a video for a new song, her first solo single in four years, and precursor to her third album. “Losing You” was shot in Cape Town's Langa and Khayelitsha townships.
2 Oct After a little more than two weeks of teasing, Solange's full music video for " Losing You" is out!!!! The Dev Hynes (a.k.a. Blood Orange) produced track (which BTW is available for digital download NOW - go to HERE to cop it!) is finally set to moving image thanks to M.I.A. "Bad Girls" director/mastermind.