R. Malcolm Jones

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R. Malcolm Jones is an American music video and motion picture director. Jones is a graduate of the University of Miami. While a student at the University, Jones was granted the Eastman Kodak Scholarship he is its youngest recipient. Jones also received a Merit Scholarship.

After graduation R. Malcolm Jones went on to direct Music Videos for various artist. He was nominated for Video Director of the Year at the 2008 BET Awards. In 2009 the MTV Video Awards nominated his video Right Round by Flo Rida feat Kei$ha for Best Hip Hop Video.

R. Malcolm Jones has directed Music Videos for Flo Rida, Avril Lavigne, Cassidy feat Swizz Beats, T-Pain, Chris Brown, Lil Mama, Mario, Ray J, R. Kelly, Cali Swag District, K’la, YC, Travis Porter, Jordan Taylor, Vanessa Hudgens, Nas, Clipse, Fat Jose, Brooke Hogan, The Pack, and Roscoe Dash. Jones has also directed commercials for HBO (a talk with Spike Lee), BET (2009 BET Spring Bling) and CMT (Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders). R. Malcolm Jones has made a personal appearance as a guest on BET’s Top 25 Countdown and was a featured director for Vh1’s Hogan Knows Best, MTV’s Making The Video and BET’s All Access Granted.

R. Malcolm Jones has directed and written several motion picture projects. They include, Seven Lives: Seven Survivors (a documentary) His short films include, Ambush, Sweet Potato Pie and Shattered. He has currently finished production of his motion picture Secrets of the Magic City starring Jennifer Lewis, Jamie Hector and Keith David. Secrets of the Magic City screened at the 2013 American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in the "Narrative" category it screened at the 2013 Annual Urban World Film Festival in New York City and the 2013 Bronze Lens Film Festival in Atlanta where Jamie Hector and Jenifer Lewis were nominated and won awards for Best Actor and Actress. The film debuted on Centric TV June 26, 2015 and received world wide distribution with EOne Entertainment.


University of Miami, Bachelor of Science in Communications, Miami, Florida, 2001 Double Major Film and English (Creative Writing); Kermit & Mickey Schafer Scholarship winner for outstanding academics


  • BET Awards, Video Director of the Year Nominee, 2008
  • MTV Video Music Awards, Best Hip Hop Video - Nominee, 2009

Music Videos[edit]

  • "GDFR" Flo Rida feat. Sage Gemini
  • "Brown Sugar" Ray J feat Lil Wayne
  • "Accessory" – Jordyn Taylor
  • "Right Round" - Flo Rida
  • "Shawty Get Loose" - Lil' Mama featuring Chris Brown & T-Pain
  • "Sneakernight" - Vanessa Hudgens
  • "Cryin' Out For Me" – Mario
  • "Drink N My 2 Step" - Cassidy featuring Swizz Beats
  • "Hair Braider" - R. Kelly
  • "Lip Gloss" - Lil' Mama
  • "G-Slide" - Lil’ Mama
  • "Girlfriend" - Avril Lavigne featuring Lil’ Mama
  • "Sexy Can I" - Ray J featuring Yung Berg
  • "Make It Rain" - Fat Joe featuring R. Kelly, T.I., Lil Wayne, Birdman, Rick Ross and Ace Mac
  • "Hustlers" - Nas featuring The Game
  • "L.I.F.E." - Lil’ Mama
  • "Mr. Me Too" – Clipse
  • "So Much More" - Fat Joe
  • "What It Is" - Lil’ Mama featuring T-Pain
  • "About Us" - Brooke Hogan featuring Paul Wall
  • "Vans" - The Pack
  • "Wamp Wamp" – Clipse
  • "Come Get It" - Yummy Bingham featuring Jadakiss
  • “All Your Love” -K’la
  • Racks"-YC feat. Future”
  • “College Girl”- Travis Porter
  • "Show Out”-Roscoe Dash
  • “Burn Out”- Cali Swag District