Major Lazer, Paloma Mami drop colorful “QueLoQue” video

An homage to influential music video director Hype Williams.

Major Lazer and Paloma Mami have shared the music video for their collaboration “QueLoQue,” which originally dropped in October last year.

The Chilean-American artist dances in the sky for most of the throwback music video, briefly trading costumes as she explores outer space and struts in front of a wall with psychedelic projections. The colorful visual, directed by Sam Hayes, is inspired by the trend-setting work of ’90s music video director Hype Williams, who directed videos for the likes of Notorious BIG, Wu-Tang Clan and Busta Rhymes.

“QueLoQue” was the final single Major Lazer put out before the release of their fourth album Music is the Weapon. The record—which is speculated to be the electronic trio’s last—also featured collaborations with Skip Marley, J Balvin, El Alfa, Khalid, Anitta and Marcus Mumford.

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Watch the video for “QueLoQue” below:

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