Joined by Redfoo and SkyBlu, the 'Like a G6' hitmakers throw a street party and do a flash mob with a bunch of fans.
Far East Movement's music video for their Justin Bieber-assisted single "Live My Life" has made its way out for fans' viewing pleasure. Instead of sharing screen with the Canadian teen singer, the group bring in LMFAO and invade the street by leading a troupe of people to do a flash mob.
"Word spread quickly that we were shooting the music video around the city. Kids were out of school because of a teacher strike," Kev Nish said. "So while shooting the party bus scenes around town and the surprise flash mob in the middle of Amsterdam, there were hundreds of kids on the streets and local news crews chasing the bus, 'livin that life' with us."
The single is expected to appear in Far East's next studio installment "Dirty Bass". Talking about the song, Kev gushed, "We [wanted] to make a song that bridges that gap between the young audience and our audience, and the club audience that pops bottles and gets crazy."
Far East Movement's "Live My Life" music video