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“Don’t Fail Us/The Stories” Music Vid Directed By Columbia Student

We wrote about them last semester in regards to the video they produced depicting a CUSH cypher battle against Brown, but Club Trillion is back this spring with a new project. Under the direction of Columbia film student Sam Piland, New York rapper Vaughn PM shows us how a fun night partying with friends can turn into an introspective evening thinking about lost love and the choices we make.

Piland isn’t the only element of the Columbia community that can be spotted in the vid… just seconds in, it’s clear that multiple scenes were shot in the WBAR studio (right in the basement of Barnard’s Reid Hall). Numerous other Columbia students also played important roles in the creation and the production of the project. Watch the video below to see what the hype is all about.

 

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