Wale might have Seinfeld on lock, but Big Sean is repping hard for Martin with this perfect homage to the breakthrough Martin Lawrence sitcom with Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhene Aiko, French Montana and several old Martin stars (including the man himself) on-board for the video remake.
Think The Biebs had it bad at his Comedy Central roast? Well, the dude gets literally smeared in this new video for Skrillex and Diplo's collaborative project, Jack U ‚ but don't worry: This will likely go further in putting the pop star over in the cool column than any roast. Fans were invited here to a gallery exhibition of nothing by Justin Bieber portraits, where they were given the green light to desecrate and augment them as they saw fit. The end results wound up in this video, which is possibly the best work of art involving Justin Bieber to date.
Jack U: “We are being overwhelmed, in a good way, by the success of “Where Are Ü Now” with Justin Bieber, so with the video we wanted to just take it back to the beginning of the record & essentially create an ode to our fans. Doing what we do, it’s entirely all about the fans. We walk a fine line by being “famous” and in the public eye but we are only here because of you, the fans. Justin wrote this record during a tough time in his life and it comes to us that sometimes, as artists, we are also just objects and we have to take that as much as we have to use that to create. We all do this for you, respect that you put us here and it’s Ü that made the video.” [via YouTube]
Is Wale ready to settle down and take the plunge? See him channel his inner Benjamin Braddock — sorry, no Anne Bancroft seduction here — as we see one of the smoothest-looking wedding ceremonies on film in a while. From The Album About Nothing - the opening with Jerry Seinfeld's voice: highly intentional.
Can you whip? Or do the Stanky Leg? The Nae Nae? Well, here's a tutorial from Silentó who might be sitting on a "Crank That" or "Cha Cha Slide" style hit with this track that's already pulled in many millions of YouTubes views over the past couple months via dance video uploads.