- Missy Elliott is eminent for her inventive recordings — from 1997’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” to 2002’s “Work It.
- The Songwriters Hall of Famer has a talent for enchanting movement, vivid ensembles, and eye-popping impacts.
On Wednesday (July 7), Ms. Crime put on her videographer cap for the City Girls’ “Twerkulator” video, another intricate issue including many artists and, indeed, heaps of goods.
Completely coordinated by Elliott, the video follows the disarray that results after Elliott conveys a city-wide ready: “The Twerkulators have effectively attacked Twerk-City, and you don’t have a lot of time.”Over Afrika Bambaataa’s notable “Planet Rock” song of devotion (via Kraftwerk), the City Girls’ Yung Miami and JT then, at that point, will work rapping about their twerking abilities against a dynamic spray painting background and artificial city horizon.
Elliott’s touch can be felt all through the around three-minute undertaking. At a certain point, JT, Yung Miami, and friends become only talking heads among a few other hairpiece life-sized models while the movement stays stellar. But anybody searching for a profound melodious substance will not track down that in the “Twerkulator” video.
JT and Yung Miami put it light with lines, for example, “Yung Miami, no doubt, bitch, I’m from the city (Miami)/I’m litty. jewels drippy, eat my pussy, that is a quick in and out (ah)/I’m twerkin’, pussy poppin’ like a Cuban bitch at tootsies (oww)/I’m a City Girl, you all bitches is some hoochies.”
The “Twerkulator” single initially showed up in May and crested at No. 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 also No. 19 on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs diagram. The pair played out a live version of the track at the 2021 BET Awards last month that was similarly just about as unstable as the new video.