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