For as long as there have been rap videos, there have been women in rap videos. These women typically appear as voiceless entities, vehicles for champagne pouring, money throwing, and, in at least one memorable instance , credit card swiping. Commonly referred to as "video vixens" or "hip-hop honeys," and appearing in recurring features in publications such as XXL , Vibe , and Bossip , these models rarely get allotted as much spotlight as the artists that rap in the same videos. In his latest monograph, photographer Brian Finke makes said models his primary focus. Hip Hop Honeys out March 27th via powerHouse Books consists of snaps taken on set at various rap video shoots.
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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. They've been essential parts of decades-worth of rap videos yet rarely get the spotlight. That all changes with this book, where the women move to the foreground to be celebrated and showered with attention all their own. It's time to flip it and make the male rappers the window-dressing!
Hip-Hop Honey: Vida Guerra
Beginning in , documentary photographer Brian Finke spent three years visiting the sets of hip hop video shoots to document the behind-the-scenes world of professional video models. Choosing to expose both the glamour and the boredom of professional video shoot — where moments of high-octane action are often followed by hours upon hours of waiting around — Finke employed his signature hyper-saturated aesthetic to document video models in their everyday work uniforms. As with any profession, the labor involved in professional video modeling has its ups and downs. Through this series, Finke allows his viewers to experience the range of experiences endemic to being on a film set. Many of his photographs capture the emotions of his subjects as they fluctuate between highly energized and deeply bored.
But, he was not focused on the celebrities—instead his interest was in the professional models who act in supporting roles in the music videos. Hours on set can be long and oftentimes boring. Moments of high-octane action can be followed by long periods of just waiting around. What Finke enjoys most about the photographs is the range of emotions he was able to capture—from excitement to boredom and focus to flirtation. The artist successfully established working relationships with the models he photographed, often consulting with them when choosing the best takes from each shoot.