Production crew (allegedly) made a music video secretly on their clients' film sets

Droptree, a video production company in Portland, Oregon, spent two years surreptitiously producing their own music video on their clients' film sets.

Or did they?

Though, this recent post on their Facebook feed suggests otherwise:

Either way, the video's song "HD Delivery," is a lot of fun and a great way to market their services. It's got a Beastie Boys vibe and they've packed in a kajillion industry-specific lyrics, like:

Droptree is the team.

Our methods seem obscene.

But when you see it on screen

You know we’ll be redeemed.

MIO LOOKIN’ GOOD!

He busted out the flowbee.

HOW YOU GET THAT SHOT?

A Boosted and a Movi.

Local crews be thinking:

“These guys DON’T KNOW SH**!”

But by the time we wrap,

They know that WE’RE LEGIT!

Also fun: take a look at Droptree's website, it's intentionally 1990s retro.

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