In the preview clip for David Guetta, Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj’s “Where Them Girls At” video, we caught a glimpse at the ominous bubbles that invade L.A. and hover around various people. We weren’t quite sure what they were, but now that the full visual has surfaced, we get the big picture: the liquid substance is there to make you dance, suckers! Watch below.
As Flo Rida raps by a swimming pool, one sun-bathing beauty learns the hard way not to pop Guetta’s bubble beats; when she does so, her body is jerked around by what we’re chalking up to be the sheer force of the club. And as Flo and David Guetta already asserted last summer, the club can’t even handle them.
Moving on, we find one of the sources of the mysterious bubbles — it’s blonde-wigged Nicki Minaj, and they’re coming out of her mouth as she raps and dances with a pack of shirtless studs at the disco. Looks like someone finally had their mouth washed out with soap. (Like that will do any good!)
The other cause of the bubbles is, of course, Guetta’s speakers, as he blasts his beats from the top of a L.A. skyscraper.
“Where Them Girls At” is the first single from Guetta’s upcoming Nothing But The Beat album, which is due out August 30. Do you think this is a proper booty-shakin’, feel-good jam for the summer?