Behind The Scenes On "Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)"

We got a sneaky peak behind the scenes at KDA's new video with Katy B and Tinie Tempah.

KDA has just released the video for "Turn The Music Louder (Rumble) with Katy B and Tinie Tempah

It's a simple concept made extraordinary: eight dancers, four rooms, two pop stars and one mystery producer. We went down to video to shoot to see what it takes to make a music video with two of the hottest pop stars about.

A 12 hour day requires a 12 hour snackload. Cue biscuits, fruit, and a never ending supply of coffee.

Last minute preparations to set are still going on before Katy and Tinie arrive...

It's about 10am when Katy arrives to film her first segment. There's a fair bit of positioning and last minute hair and make up before filming can start. 

Backstage, hair and make up is going on to turn the dancers into the blue eyed body loopers in the video.

A little snoop around back stage leads us to Katy's Sophia Webster shoes. Definitely didn't try them on.

Tinie arrives and is instantly on form, looking for the "money shot" at all opportunities...

...whilst Katy watches from the side, keeping warm in a sleeping bag with arms. 

Always happy to pose for a photo, Katy chats about being tempted by the lunchtime offerings that have just been brought in. 

"This outfit is quite revealing on the belly area, I’ve seen a cheese board and some bread. It’s inviting, but I might go for something a bit lighter, then indulge in a burger later". Shout out to you Katy B.

Backstage in his dressing room, Tinie sits out with a cuppa and a selection of biscuits to himself

Speaking about his favourite item of clothing from the shoot, he picks out the '50 Shades of Black' J.W. Anderson coat.

Biscuits and chill.

Back on set the dancers are nailing their moves and going through last minute costume fix ups.

Katy's shoes look pretty lonely as everyone rests up...

Big love to Katy B and Tinie Tempah!

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Written by Tamara Roper

09 Oct 2015