They hit my agent up, and said "Yeah, we wanna cast him." [But] they moved it to Paris, and had a casting for it instead. If you're a regular watcher of pop music videos of late there's a chance you've asked that a few times, whether while oggling Rihanna's "We Found Love" (Dudley O'Shaughnessy) or Lady Gaga's "Judas" (Norman Reedus). Lana Del Rey: The Billboard Cover Story Do you have plans to work with her in the future? Not to big me and Lana up, but the "Born to Die" video is really my favorite video. Meet Sean from Texas, the Hollywood-based tattooist changing the ink scene with his bad mood skate-punk style.But it’s not all one endless bummer for the LA artist, Sean’s cartoonish illustrations have gained him almost 90 thousand Instagram followers and a cult-like status, with fans including rapper Brooke Candy and model Bradley Soileau (of Lana Del Rey music video fame).
However, the scrappy yet skillfully art-directed pop insurgents – whose politics and aesthetic choices triggered a good deal of 2010's most heated online musical discussion – actually seem perfectly, even presciently, fit for the task.Meanwhile, Del Rey has said she has put an upper limit on the capacity of venues she will play during forthcoming tours.The ‘Born To Die’ singer has explained that she doesn’t want to perform to crowds of more than 900 people and will be enforcing this on her US tour, which she has tentatively planned for October.Bradley Chedester Cabaness-Soileau, known simply as Bradley Soileau, is an American model, DJ, producer, and designer known for appearing in Lana Del Rey's music videos "Blue Jeans" (2012), "Born to Die" (2012), and "West Coast" (2014). [caption id="attachment_21717" align="alignnone" width="640" caption="Photo courtesy of Bradley Soileau"][/caption] When Lana Del Rey's "Born to Die" teaser clip dropped in early December, we became quite curious about the young man playing her boyfriend on camera. The part where she is in the cathedral with tigers and stuff, that was one day. There seems to be a bit of a back story to your character in the video but it seems a little unexplained. Meanwhile, while high-fashion shoots and runways currently revel in generously inked, wraithlike young men – and as Lana Del Rey's video man-for-hire, Brad Soileau, becomes a living Tumblr meme – Die Antwoord frontman Ninja has already nailed that combo, too.