Yelawolf Partners With Ubisoft & Complex For "Driver SF"-Inspired "No Hands" Video
The Shady Records recording artist goes virtual in his upcoming music video.
Yelawolf has teamed with Complex Media and Ubisoft for the music video for “No Hands,” a cut off of his upcoming Shady Records debut Radioactive, dropping October 25th.
The video, filmed entirely in San Francisco, California, was shot in front of landmark locations in conjunction with the release of the video game Driver San Francisco. In a behind-the-scenes clip, the game’s SHIFT feature blends real and virtual worlds as Yela drives through the city.
The visuals, directed by Erick Peyton and produced by Complex Media, will be released either tomorrow or Monday.
Watch the behind-the-scenes clip below.