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The Guys Who Brought You "Smang It" Are Back To Make Your "Crotch Rock"

Turquoise Jeep strikes again in the BuzzFeed premiere of their new video for "Crotch Rock That, Girl."

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The infectious video for "Lemme Smang It" by Yung Humma and Flynt Flossy was a huge viral hit in 2010 and has amassed nearly 12 million views on YouTube. And while the group — which includes Slick Mahony, Pretty Raheem, Whatchyamacallit, MoonRock, and Tummiscratch Beats in addition to Humma and Flossy — has mostly remained a mystery, they enjoy a cult following online.

The group followed up its debut, Keep the Jeep Ridin', with a sophomore album, Existing Musical Beings, last month.

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Watch the whole throwback video:

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The song, which Flossy says was inspired by the thumping sounds of late '80s and early '90s hip-hop and techno, meets its match with a video that highlights all the hilarity and ridiculousness of both Turquoise Jeep and the funky slow jams that they love.

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In a behind the scenes video, Flynt Flossy explains how the A Night At The Roxbury-inspired song came to fruition.

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I went up to shorty, she was digging me, I was digging her [...] We're like dancing in the middle of the floor, real intense — it's getting real sweaty and nasty. Everybody's watching us. And while we're dancing she's just whispering in my ear like, 'Ooh I like the way you rock your crotch.' And I'm like, 'Rock my crotch?' And she's like 'Yeah, I like the way you move your hips and stuff.' And I'm like, 'Yo, that's the song right there.' So I took a little mental note.