Nothing says violence quite like isometric violence. In the music video for their single “A Volta”, N.A.S.A. teams up with a whole bunch of creatives to bring out a nightmarish city scape filled with corruption, narcotics, evil bosses, dodgy henchmen, prostitutes, and piles of cash. The tune’s very catchy and unsurprisingly the video contains strong language, simulated sex, and violence, lots of it. See it below or watch it in HD at YouTube.
NA.S.A. (short for North America South America) is a music collaboration project assembled by Squeak E. Clean and Ze Gonzales. The video is directed by Logan and inspired by the artwork of the The Date Farmers. It features Sizzla, Amanda Blank & Love Foxxx.
See the making of video after the jump.
[via Boing Boing]