Yogi’s “Burial” with Pusha T became a surprise hit when it arrived in 2014, and now the track has a new remix – courtesy of Skrillex, TrollPhace and Moody Good – plus an insane music video starring the Clipse rapper, an elastic dance troupe and, oddly, Dennis Rodman. The remixed version of Yogi’s “Burial” debuted Monday during Zane Lowe’s DJ set on Apple Music’s Beats 1.
In the Grant Singer-directed video – a mix of the Purge, Clockwork Orange and America’s Best Dance Crew – a gang of masked, double-jointed dancers wreak havoc in a barbershop where Pusha T is mid-trim. Once finished, the rapper hops into a car while the gang destroys an ATM machine. However, Pusha T soon rips off his own disguise to reveal that he is actually rebound god and North Korea’s favorite hoopster Dennis Rodman.
Rodman eventually confronts the dancing hooligans in the middle of the highway, where one of them bursts into flames, causing the rest of the dancers to sway around the burning body like a bonfire. The video ends with Rodman walking away from the scene victoriously.
It’s all very surreal, but we’ve come to expect that from anything sporting Skrillex’s name on it. The EDM star has also dropped visually stunning videos like his Groundhog Day-inspired “Doompy Poomp,” the K-Pop-infused “Dirty Vibe” and the trippy, animated clip for Jack Ü and Justin Bieber’s “Where Are Ü Now.”