Filmed in Downtown Los Angeles' historic Bradbury Building, the music view finds DJ Quik rapping in a moving elevator with freshly pressed hair. Elsewhere, the members of Tony! Toni! Toné! serenade the screen in a ‘70s-era van (Side note: Raphael Saadiq might be rocking a retainer the entire time.)
“Let’s Get Down” was released on the group’s fourth studio album House of Music and reached the radio almost immediately after it debuted. Despite its neo-soul swagger and achingly familiar chorus, the song saw minimal popularity compared to its counterparts, landing on some charts but never topping any. Still, it remains a definitive ‘90s classic, inciting involuntary gyration from the first note.