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The video matches the song’s summertime jam vibe, accented by Adam Levine’s breezy vocals on the hook. In the visuals, Big Boi stops by a dry cleaners to pick up an outfit that Levine, who plays a worker in the shop, can’t seem to find. Instead, Levine brings Big out several wrong outfits, each of which lead Big into a new scenario that fits the clothing. From a pimped out white fur coat, to an astronaut suit that finds him dangling in space, to a retro 70s ensemble that leads him to a car wash filled with women, the scenes are as cool as the song. In the end, it turns out that Big has actually arrived at the wrong dry cleaner’s after all, which is why he never could find his outfit.
Boomiverse will be the first album released via Big Boi’s new partnership with Epic Records. It’s due out June 16. Check out the video above.
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