Hype Williams real name Harold “Hype” Williams is an American music video director, film director, film producer, and screenwriter born July 1970 in Queens, New York. He is of African-American and Honduran descent. He attended the University of Adelphi. He first displayed his work using HYPE as his graffiti tag by tagging local billboards, storefronts, and playgrounds.
Artists such as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat influenced his graffiti style. When he started working with Classic Concepts Video Productions, his big break came. With the Filmmakers With Attitude Moniker (FWA), Williams ‘ first video company, Lionel “Vid Kid” Martin and VJ Ralph McDaniels created Williams ‘ first opportunity.
Hype Williams Family
Williams family details is not known. Everything about his siblings parents remain hiden.
Hype Williams Age
Hype Williams Wife
William has not given any record of his relationship life, marriage, dating or engagement. all this remain a mystery to the public.
Hype Williams Children
Williams has no children nor there is no proof that he doesn’t have children.
Hype Williams Career
He directed his first and so far only feature film to date in 1998, Belly, featuring Nas and DMX rappers, the film released by Artisan Entertainment. In 1999, Williams signed an overall two-year deal for producing and directing feature films with New Line Cinema. He died in development of his first film with New Line, Mothership. Williams was in negotiations with MTV later that year to develop an animated series that was described as looking at the world of music and celebrities behind the scenes. The project died in development as well.
Williams was hired to direct the Speed Racer movie of the Warner Bros. in 2000. The following year he left the project, with the film being released in 2008 under The Wachowskis ‘ direction. Walt Disney Pictures bought a zombie horror movie Thrilla in 2003, written by Williams. In development, the project died, with Gavin Polone attached to the production. Williams was the author for the short film Runaway directed by Kanye West in 2010.
Williams shot the photographs for cover topic Kim Kardashian in the December 2007 issue of Playboy magazine. Williams directed the video of Kanye West for “Heartless” in 2008. For his single “All of the Lights,” which premiered on February 19, 2011, he also directed the music video.
As of 2014, Kanye West has the artist record for working with Williams most of the time; the two have collaborated on 20 music videos, starting in 2005 with the music video for “Sierra Leone Diamonds.” Busta Rhymes is second behind West, working on 16 music videos with Williams, starting with the debut solo video “Everything Remains Raw” / “Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check.”
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Hype Williams Videos | Hype Williams Music Videos
- Lil Wayne feat. Cory Gunz – “6 Foot 7 Foot”
- Miguel – “Sure Thing”
- Kanye West feat. Rihanna – “All of the Lights”
- Kim Kardashian – “Jam (Turn It Up)”
- Big Sean feat. Kanye West and Roscoe Dash – “Marvin & Chardonnay”
- Coldplay – “Paradise” (unreleased)
- Ja Rule – “Real Life Fantasy”
- Josh Baze – “We Made It”
- Robin Thicke – “Love After War”
- Willow Smith feat. Nicki Minaj – “Fireball”
- Nicki Minaj – “Stupid Hoe”
- Busta Rhymes feat. Chris Brown – “Why Stop Now”
- Brandy feat. Chris Brown – “Put It Down”
- Jack White – “Freedom at 21”
- Kanye West and DJ Khaled – “I Wish You Would” (feat. Rick Ross) / “Cold”
- Fat Joe feat. Kanye West – “Pride N Joy”
- Nicki Minaj – “Va Va Voom”
- Nicki Minaj – “Roman in Moscow” (unreleased)
- Nikki Williams – “Glowing”
- Joe – “I’d Rather Have Love”
- Meek Mill – “Levels”
- Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z – “Drunk in Love”
- Beyoncé – “Blow”
- Ludacris feat. Jeremih & Wiz Khalifa – “Party Girls”
- Future feat. Kanye West – “I Won”
- Common feat. Vince Staples – “Kingdom”
- Jennifer Lopez feat. Iggy Azalea – “Booty”
- Jodeci – “Every Moment”
- Jennifer Lopez – “Feel the Light”
- Adam Lambert – “Ghost Town”
- Puff Daddy feat. Pharrell – “Finna Get Loose”
- The Neighbourhood – “R.I.P. 2 My Youth”
- Rick Ross feat. The Dream – “Money Dance”
- Puff Daddy – “Workin'”
- Puff Daddy & The Family feat. King Los, Styles P and Lil’ Kim – “The Auction”
- Travis Scott – “90210”
- Alicia Keys feat. ASAP Rocky – “Blended Family (What You Do For Love)”
- Tyga feat. Desiigner – “Gucci Snakes”
- Dice Soho – “Giraffe”
- Nicki Minaj – “Bed” (feat. Ariana Grande)
- Nicki Minaj – “Barbie Dreams”
Hype Williams Band | Hype Williams Dean Blunt
Hype Williams is a music and art group best known for being the UK-born artist Dean Blunt and the Russian-born artist Inga Copeland (aka Lolina) between 2007 and 2012. Allegedly founded in 2005 as a project of “relay” between artists every five years, the group gave few interviews, and at best those showing their ambiguous but cynical sense of humor, leaving music journalists with a sense of humor.
Belly Hype Williams | Hype Williams Movies
Belly is an American crime drama movie in his debut film directed by music video director Hype Williams in 1998. Together with Taral Hicks, Method Man, and R&B singer T-Boz, the movie stars DMX and Nas are filmed in New York City.
Marc Jacobs Hype Williams | Hype Williams Marc Jacobs | Hype Williams Untitled
Hype Williams Net Worth
Williams has an estimated net worth of $15 Million. This huge net worth is as a result of his directing career.
Hype Williams One Nation
Hype Williams Find Out What Happens
This is an album by Williams released 7 December 2010. The album is a rock genre under a label De Stijl Records.
- Rescue Dawn 2
- Untitled (Andrea Lopez)
- Blue Dream
- The Throning
- Jesus To A Child
- Rescue Dawn 3
- Jesus To A Child Reprise