Tommy Cash is the Estonian rapper who has garnered a reputation for some of the weirdest music videos around, racking up millions of views on YouTube. Having previously superimposed his actual face onto an actual vagina, he’s back again with a slightly less vulgar but nonetheless creepy video.
Released yesterday, the video for Cash’s latest song Little Molly turns a host of dancers, a class of school children and even a bride and groom into himself. Each appearing against a stereotypical portrait photography backdrop, the characters have their own bodies but their faces have been swapped for Cash’s. These slightly disturbing visuals effects are the work of Denis Strahhov and Denhov Visuals. The project was directed by the rapper alongside Anna-Lisa Himma who also art directed and styled the project.
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