Following such visual victories as the absurd-ass-t "Bubble Butt" short, the Terry Crews-empowered "Scare Me," and those awesome animated lyrics videos, Major Lazer's recent clip for "Jet Blue Jet" left a little to be desired. How are Diplo and friends expected to Free the Universe using nothing but a few gratuitous half-nude model types and an Eames version of an airport lavatory? With the just-out Noisey-backed visual for "Sweat (Through Your Radio)" however, our international heroes get back to twerk in a mysterious warehouse on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Therein, a crew of Dayglo-dappled dancers do their thing — which seems to be crump-ish — while Major Lazer kick out the aggro jams with help from Dutch EDM star Laidback Luke and English rhymer Ms. Dynamite.
For a diffrerent brand of dance, peruse SPIN's Keep on Deepin' On: The 40 Best Deep House Tracks of All Time. Also, don't miss our review of Major Lazer's Free the Universe, even though it doesn't come with kittens.