A small budget music video was recorded of the single "They're On To Me" featuring Ari moving through several New York cityscapes and playing a sold-out album release concert at New York City's Bowery Ballroom venue on August 10, 2004. The video was directed by Steven Oritt.
On March 22, 2008, Ari performed a live, interactive concert for his fans at DeepRockDrive. Songs performed include "Sleep Tonight", "Anne Marie", and "I've Got You".
Ari's video for So Slow was shot in Northport, Long Island and Washington Square Park in New York City.
Ari's video for "Dead End Driving" was shot in Phoenix, AZ and directed by Josh Franer
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... American recording artist Usher has appeared in many music videos, motion pictures and television programmes ... His videography consists of forty music videos, one guest appearance in other artists' videos, six video albums and six film appearances ... Directed by Bille Woodruff, Usher appeared in the video for "You Make Me Wanna...", the lead single from his break-through album My Way (1997) ...
... Williams has created a number of music videos for many artists, including 2Pac ("California Love"), The Notorious B.I.G ... an animated series which was described as a behind-the-scenes look at the world of music and celebrities ... Awards Williams has received for his video work include the Billboard Music Video Award for Best Director of the Year (1996), the Jackson Limo Award for Best Rap Video ...
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