I spy Enzos.
There is often a sense of efficacy in simplicity, as evidenced by DJ Snake's new black and white visuals for "Enzo." Despite the star-studded lineup on deck, the DAPS-directed clip opts for a minimalist approach, keeping each performer in a sparse and sterile setting. Plenty of Enzo Ferraris line the set as expected, as well as a few commanding women to steer em'. With strobe lights, rhythmic editing, and the occasional intercut horse, "Enzo" maintains a frantic pace without relying on overt "movie magic."
In many ways, such an approach is befitting of the song itself: at once flashy and enjoyable without reinventing the wheel. Each rapper performs admirably with their given space, and the fact that all parties come through to hold it down imbues the song with an additional sense of credibility. All the while, Snake and Sheck Wes bring some extra energy to the clip, spitting lines and bopping alongside luxury vehicles. What do you think of the "Enzo" visuals? The perfect hybrid of style and substance, or is the scale tipped too heavily in the latter direction?