Bum Rap

Bottoms are faces in this funny new music video by director Joey Garfield of Ghost Robot in NYC…

If you are offended by the use of bad language and the sight of near naked bottoms being shaken for all they are worth, then don’t read any further: the video for track Do It Again by Galactic featuring Cheeky Blakk, directed by Joey Garfileld of Ghost Robot in New York happens to feature both of the above…

However, that’s not to say it’s not good – and funny to boot(y). The basic premise is that various butts (belonging to both men and women who know how to shake what their mamas gave them) are costumed up to look like faces – complete with sunglasses, bandanas, sideburns, fringes and moustaches… The butt-faces appear to sing along to the track. What’s not to love? 

Apparently, this record is a Sissy Rap record – Sissy Rap being a fad, originating in New Orleans, for cross-dressing male rappers with female rap personas… Butt shaking is encouraged by Sissy Rappers. So we’re reliably informed…

If you’d like to know more about the filming of this music video – here’s a link to the making of: blip.tv/file/3232222

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