Following the T-Pain-assisted, incest-filled jam "I F*cked My Aunt" and the grammatically-educational "Semicolon" featuring Solange Knowles, The Lonely Island boys namely Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone drop another tune from their "Wack Wednesdays" series. Their funny new clip, "Go Kindergarten" featuring Swedish pop star Robyn, is the latest release going into the forthcoming arrival of "The Wack Album", due on June 11.
The two-and-a-half-minute clip features a group of dancers rehearsing outdoors with their heads concealed by paper bags with cut-out eyeholes. As they roll out the grainy footage for an amateurish look to their new video, hash-tagged terms and lyrics pop up onscreen, taking after Robin Thicke's now famous "Blurred Lines" music video.
As they rap to the ladies to "shake their a**," Robyn handles the hook on the track, but it gets doubly hard to concentrate on the music not only because of the hilarious "punching your best friend" and "making your butt look flat" dance moves. But more so, viewers will be constantly humored by the hash tag comic references, as the clip tries to take a stab on the hash tag craze infecting today's pop stars.
"Go Kindergarten" is the second song to be released from "The Wack Album" which features a whopping 20 tracks. Although it may seem like a light and funny compilation, it packs a punch with some heavyweight collaborations as Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, Kendrick Lamar, Adam Levine and Lady GaGa.
The Lonely Island's "Go Kindergarten" featuring Robyn:
The Lonely Island's "Go Kindergarten" (feat. Robyn) music video
The Lonely Island's "The Wack Album"