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Pornhub and LMFAO’s Redfoo have released a music video satirizing Snapchat

In the modern era, media entities are constantly pivoting disciplines. To be truly successful, companies must be continually developing and updating their business strategies.That Pornhub would make a foray into the music industry, with the establishment of Pornhub Records in 2014, was simply an inevitability.

Since their establishment just over two years ago, Pornhub Records has released tracks from artists including Waka Flocka Flame and Coolio. Yesterday, December 24th, the imprint released its second ever “safe-for-work” video to accompany the song “Snap That” by FAME and Sam F – the former of which is the new band of LMFAO founder Redfoo, and the latter of which gained popularity for producing the Lonely Island/SNL song, “When Will The Bass Drop.”

As one might expect given the resumes of the aforementioned artists, the music video is bombastically humorous (and features much more clothing than the vast majority of Pornhub’s cinematic endeavors). Footage satirizing Snapchat and mainstream dance music culture is set to the tune of FAME and Sam F’s  boisterous Melbourne bounce tune. The video begins with the following tongue-in-cheek disclaimer:

“This music video is in no way related to the app, ‘Snapchat’, and its brands. All views are strictly those of the musicians and in no way endorsed by Snapchat. In summary, please don’t sue us. We don’t like being sued.”

View Pornhub’s video for “Snap That” below:

H/T: YourEDM

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