Far East Movement and Tyga Want That ‘Dirty Bass’ in New Video
Rapper Tyga joins the Far East Movement in the video for 'Dirty Bass,' the title track from the L.A. electro/hip-hop group's upcoming album. The video is about beats, girls, and partying -- the same formula that has worked for Far East Movement since they broke through in 2010 with 'Like a G6.'
The track is a dance club anthem with a female voice singing the hook, "I love that dirty bass." The band members wear lots of gold chains and take turns delivering their verses surrounded by giant speakers and a wall of boomboxes. The cutaway shots include girls partying in the back seat of a limo and dancing provocatively in front of a gold-colored wall.
Tyga drops in midway through the track and promises to "go H.A.M. when the beat drop." He spits a verse that references Biggie Smalls and a heavy bass that "pump, pump like a Reebok."
The 'Dirty Bass' album is shaping up to include a collection of all-star guest appearances. Justin Bieber and LMFAO appear on 'Live My Life,' while Pitbull guests on 'Candy.' The album was originally scheduled for a May 8 release but has now been pushed back until May 22.
Watch the Far East Movement 'Dirty Bass' Video Feat. Tyga