Atlanta’s own Big Boi has dropped a laundry-filled music video for his song “Mic Jack” featuring Adam Levine. The track dropped in April and is the lead single for his new album Boomiverse.
The video features Levine as a dry-cleaner who can’t seem to find Big Boi’s clothes, resulting in a massive search party complete with fur coats, elaborate choreography and women twerking at a carwash. Basically, it’s everything you expect a Big Boi music video to be.
“Mic Jack” as a song is also classic Big Boi. Slick verses, effortless swagger and an infectious hook sung by the Maroon 5 frontman define what will undoubtedly become a summer smash.
Boomiverse is expected to drop within a month’s time, so you have time to reacquaint yourself with his past jams. Do yourself a favor and re-listen to Sir Lucious Left Foot and Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, and don’t forget Big Grams, his collaborative album with Phantogram.
Check out the music video above and a retro Outkast performance from the Paste Cloud below.