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How To Shoot A Music Video In Los Angeles Using A Stool & Bubbles

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Bye bye green screen. Buildings, trains, beaches, parks, streets, bridges, and dozens more down-home locations were made video-ready with the help of one prop and some bubbles. Jackie Tohn's sweetly simple (and accidentally filthy) song, "I Got It In Me" was given the heavy Los Angeles treatment by Phil Mucci who directed, shot, and edited by video. The Silver Lake songstress and Bravo Platinum Hit competitor spent about a month shlepping around LA to each of these locations. Can you figure out where they are? How many can you count?

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