Big Boi and Adam Levine go to the cleaners in the music video for their Michael Jackson-inspired collaboration, “Mic Jack.”
The clip starts with General Patton visiting the Maroon 5 crooner’s dry cleaning shop, where his order seems to have been misplaced. This leads Adam on a wild goose chase for some fly clothes in the back.
As Levine brings out garments — a fur coat, an astronaut suit — Big throws the items on for some fun and dynamic verses. As the visual progresses, a dance party breaks out and a car wash led by beautiful models in cut-off jean shorts ensues.
In the end, Daddy Fat Sax realizes he’s had the wrong cleaners all along. “Isn’t this Stankonia Cleaners?” asks the OutKast MC. “No, man,” responds Adam. “This is Jewtopia. It’s Jewtopia Cleaners, man.”
Big and Adam performed “Mic Jack” on “The Voice” last night. Fans who used Shazam during the dance-filled performance were able to unlock the video’s exclusive premiere through the app.
“Mic Jack” is the lead single off Big Boi’s forthcoming album Boomiverse, which is set to arrive June 16 with appearances by Killer Mike, Jeezy, Gucci Mane, CeeLo Green, and Pimp C, as well as production by Dr. Luke, Scott Storch, DJ Dahi, and Organized Noize.