North Korea is an extreme example of what happens when there is too much control over every little detail. In similar fashion, executives in charge of the creative content by some of the world’s greatest artists have taken advantage of their position by being too demanding over the finished project. Thus resulting in people like Dave Chappelle losing their minds or people like Prince temporarily changing their name to a symbol. Domination can backfire in numerous ways and the result is never pretty.
This is where Creative Control TV comes in.
Specializing in independent videos, Creative Control gives the artist complete control in the finished version of their project. Musicians, poets, and filmmakers alike have come to this company and have put together beautiful videos as they originally intended. There is no interruption between the source of the idea and the final cut by a corporate exec that has as much creative talent Kim Kardashian's singing abilities.
If the entire world had the same values as Creative Control TV, The Chappelle Show might still be on television and North Koreans would not believe Kim Jong Il actually shot 29 hole-in-ones in a row....he probably only shot 20 of them.
View videos as the artist originally envisioned.
Creative Control TV | New York City, NY | Age 3
Kim Jong Il was going to make a video for Creative Control TV, but built a time machine while fighting a dragon instead.