Thanks to @RollingStone website for recognizing one of 360 Studio's most moving music videos thus far. Granger Smith's "5 more minutes" captures the all-encompassing human emotions of grief and loss. When it was originally shot in August 2009, 360 was just a camera operator with a big vision and a knack for cutting video to music. This video is also quite memorable because the performance portion was re-shot several times over the past 7 years, whether is was to portray a more obscure location or to keep up with Granger's ever-changing style, we can finally say, "that's a wrap" to "5 more minutes." Check it out here!
One of our past projects, created by some of the brilliant minds at 360 Studios in collaboration with country artist, Granger Smith, has recently hit a 6 million view mark on Youtube. Earl Dibbles Jr.'s "Country Boy Song" was originally concocted as a satire of country music cliches. Who knew it would become a nation-wide sensation that would land Granger Smith, a.k.a. Earl Dibbles, Jr. on ESPN and CMT in all of his "country boy" glory?!? Most won't believe that this video was shot with only a crew of 5 people at a ranch in west Texas. It's also the first time we had hands on experience shooting with the F3 ( which was the latest and greatest camera out at the time). Though the artist has come out with many new videos since, "Country Boy Song" still holds as the top watch on his page. We are proud to have a 6-million-viewed music video under our belt - even if it was just for kicks.