From Olivia Newton-John's iconic "Physical" to Eric Prydz's "Call on Me" and, of course, Kanye's "Workout Plan," a gym-themed visual is always music video gold. Flux Pavilion and Riff Raff clearly knew this when crafting the video for their banging "Who Wants to Rock" collaboration and Fuse is proud to exclusively bring it to you.
Watch the cray video above; it's centered around a determined dude who really wants to get into a gym class attended by ladies in skimpy spandex, leotards and leg warmers. He'll do whatever's necessary to get sweaty with the gals. In between scenes, Riff Raff spits his verses while flexing among a backdrop of fit females.
Past the sweaty-sexy shots, the video makes an interesting decision to animate most of the song's lyrics across the screen, blurring the lines between lyric video and proper music video. The decision works to its advantage too as the many of the girls' clothes become animated throughout, as do Riff's sunglasses.
Flux had nothing but love for his flexin' collaborator, telling Fuse:
"Riff Raff is a genius and I'm proud to have worked on something together. 'Who Wants to Rock' is the closest I have ever come to a bonafide booty shaker so the video is reflecting that like a mirror in the desert."
"Who Wants to Rock" is the latest taste of Flux's debut full-length Tesla, out this fall, that also features the likes of Pusha T, Florence + The Machine's Iza the Machine and more. Look out for the British producer/DJ to start his world tour next month, hitting North America, Europe and Australia.