Indonesian hip hop

Intel busts a move.
hip hop

This vid is another installation in a series for Intel, developed by Amsterdam Worldwide, that shows how technology plays a role in bringing the ideas and inspirations of people all over the world to life. The stars in this case are the members of the Jogja Hip Hop Foundation, an Indonesian hip hop crew. The group uses technology to help them fuse together gamelan music, ancient Japanese poetry, traditional Indonesian shadow puppetry, as well as the likes of Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and other American artists. Them it’s a rap.

Credits:

advertiser: Intel
agency: Amsterdam Worldwide
ECD: Richard Gorodecky
CD: Joseph Ernst
senior copywriter: Martin Beswick
AD: Daniel Peiron
copywriter: Karen Hardy
producers: Jordan Kelly, Jan-Peter Wiersma, Lars Fabery de Jonge
account team: Megan Wooding, Desislava Staykova
prodco: @radical.media.
executive producer: Holly Alexander
producer: Helen Morahan
production supervisor: Azren Irwan
director: Hannah Hilliard
DoP: Chris Miles
post production: Heckler, Australia