Major Lazer Releases 'Come On To Me' Video Featuring Sean Paul

(Radio.com) Major Lazer cannot be contained creatively by things as silly as the seasons. Even though they have created a def summer jam with "Come On to Me" that features vocals by a mohawked Sean Paul, this is no Major Lazer summer jam video it's an excuse for Diplo to hold an Ōdachi, a very big sword.

Anatomy jokes aside, this is one of the most high quality videos Major Lazer have attempted, if not the most creative. Directed by Ruben Fleischer (Dizzee Rascal, Zombieland), the whole thing takes place on a sound stage decorated by geishas moving on fast forward and clownish samurai.

The juxtaposition of this song, with its Jamaican dance hall influence, and those images creates something surrealist that is only amplified when it starts to fake snow halfway through.

When the geishas begin doing the robot and even hint at twerking, you know you are in never never land. Watch it here.

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