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.
Well, they're back with a brand new video called "Crotch Rock That, Girl," this time by Slick Mahony, featuring Flynt Flossy.
Watch the whole throwback video:
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.
It's got everything — awkward dancing and thrusting set against a retro, neon '80s background:
Awkward thrusting from within a painting:
Mesmerizing rapping busts in a museum:
More dancing from within a painting:
Slightly uncomfortable crotch-grinding:
In a behind the scenes video, Flynt Flossy explains how the A Night At The Roxbury-inspired song came to fruition.
Like many great songs, the song's title was inspired by a rather intense, sweaty dance session with a particularly creative lady at an after party.
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.