"Get In My Zone"
MUSIC VIDEO TREATMENT
DIRECTOR: TODD UNO
The music video for "Get in My Zone" by Ron Brown ft. 2Chainz will be a motivational basketball-themed piece with a fast-paced and uplifting tempo. The video will feature various scenes of people getting ready to play basketball and getting in the zone. Additionally, it will include a montage of individuals getting in the zone in different life scenarios, not limited to sports. The setting will be in NYC, transitioning from daytime to sunset to evening, creating a dynamic visual backdrop. Here's a breakdown of the treatment:
1. The video opens with a shot of a kid in front of an inspirational basketball poster.
2. Clips of people getting ready to play basketball are interspersed, synchronized with the beat.
Verse 1 -
Ron Brown's Performance
- A party in the locker room, reminiscent of classic Nelly or Puff Daddy videos from the 90s.
- Lighting will be set up to create an atmosphere similar to those iconic videos.
- A sexy model enters wearing boy shorts, a sexy-cut basketball jersey, and white sneakers with slouch socks.
2chainz - Performance
- 2Chainz is sitting on a basketball rim, with a crane shot capturing the moment.
Ron Brown & 2Chainz
- The artists are positioned on bleachers surrounded by diverse dancers, who are showcasing their talent, creating an energetic and visually appealing scene.
1. Neighborhood Basketball Game (Featuring female players): To emphasize inclusivity and diversity in sports.
a. Shots of people in the bleachers cheering and supporting the players.
b. A DJ providing music for the game.
c. A drone shot to capture the energy and scope of the basketball game.
1. Arri Alexa with Cooke S4i lenses package: Ensuring high-quality visuals and clarity.
2. Steadicam: Providing smooth and dynamic shots during scenes with movement.
3. Camera crane: Utilized for creative and sweeping shots.
4. Cinema and moving party lighting: Creating the right ambiance and mood for each scene