High? Dance.

Like most music videos released in this era, Big Sean’s video for “Moves” is best experienced while you, the viewer, are in a particular hazy zone. The first 35 seconds are simply him dancing and bragging about his sex game and spectacular moves amid “Hotline Bling” aesthetics.

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Toward the middle of the video, a miniature version of Big Sean dances on the arch of a woman’s back—why? I don’t know—but watching the first 40 seconds of this video is strangely soothing in a dank way.

You, high:

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You, leaving, high:

Culture Editor, Jezebel

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JiminyCricket
JiminyCricket

So, just to clarify, this is terrible, right? I mean I have always loved hip-hop/rap/R&B, and yes I am admittedly old now and think that music peaked in the 90's, and that Flo Rida and Pitbull need to disappear from the face of the earth and take most of their recording history with them. But even young people don’t think this is a good track, right?