The most expensive pop music special effects ever


WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE
POP MUSIC SPECIAL EFFECTS

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What was the most expensive pop music special effects in the world?


If you watch MTV or any other music video television station you have more than likely seen the video “What’s It Gonna Be?” with Busta Rhymes and Janet Jackson.

If so, then you were lucky enough to see the most expensive pop music special effects.

Hype Williams using computer-morphing effects, which accounted for the majority of the expense, directed this music video. The Terminator movies were the inspiration behind the video.

When the video was produced in 1999, in the United States it cost a whopping $2,400,000.00 to create.


The most expensive pop music special effects ever

The most expensive pop music special effects ever

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