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Steve Aoki & Autoerotique unveil artsy "ILYSM" music videoThe Dim Mak head also announces his '4OKI' EP.

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

Jul 12, 2016

Dim Mak don Steve Aoki and label mate, Autoerotique, have delivered the black and white cinematic visuals for their future house meets '90s R&B/soul collaboration "ILYSM (I Love You So Much)." Primed for both nightclubs and the summer festival season, the video features model Shaun Ross as the lead, venturing through various hotspots in LA's underground with his tryst, "Mary." The track's video is the first of four chapters directed by LA-based visual artist David "Yarvo" Yarovesky, which will be revealed each week leading up to the release of Steve's 4OKI EP available July 29.

Watch below!

Steve Aoki & Autoerotique - ILYSM (Official Music Video) [Chapter 1 of 4]
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