After riding out the huge wave of success that came with their major label debut Free Wired and their breakout single “Like A G6” in 2010, the Far East Movement have been hard at work on the follow-up, titled Dirty Bass.
The Los Angeles group gave us a little taste with their recently released Bump From The Trunk, Vol. 1 mixtape, and now, they drop a music video for “Jello,” which appears on the mixtape and serves as the first single from their upcoming project.
In the Matt Alonzo-directed clip, the FM boys — comprised of Kev Nish, Prohgress, J-Splif, and DJ Virman — pose as waiters while attending a fancy fundraiser aimed at banning low frequency oscillating woofers, with Oprah, Obama, and Tiger Woods all attending.
Before long, FM break out of their disguises and turns the place into a full-fledged party, ushering in a slew of young people and getting the uptight crowd out of their chairs, dancing, and taking jello shots.
Download Bump From The Trunk Vol. 1 over at DatPiff.com. Dirty Bass is due in early 2012.