The clip gives glimpses at some female models dancing to Skateboard P's song before Cyrus joins him to deliver her lines.
Pharrell Williams has reteamed with Miley Cyrus for the music video of their collaboration, "Come Get It Bae". The new visuals, hitting YouTube on Wednesday, July 23, is quite simple and straightforward as it sees a bunch of female models dancing to the catchy track in a studio apartment while Skateboard P films them.
Two minutes into the video, Cyrus shows up to deliver her lines. Baring her midriff in a white top and a varsity jacket, the controversial star busts out some fun dance moves and (shockingly) decides not to twerk. She lets one of Pharrell's model pals do the task instead.
"Come Get It Bae" is the third single lifted from Pharrell's newest album, "G I R L". The track serves as the follow-up to "Marilyn Monroe" and Oscar-nominated "Happy". The latter, which still receives heavy airplay, also appears in the soundtrack of "Despicable Me 2".
Pharrell is now gearing up for his appearance in the next season of "The Voice". The Grammy Award-winning hitmaker is set to join the singing competition as a coach alongside Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
Pharrell Williams' "Come Get It Bae" (feat. Miley Cyrus) music video