2019 Year-End Charts

LMFAO Disturb The Peace in 'Sorry For Party Rocking' Video

LMFAO Disturb The Peace in 'Sorry For Party Rocking' Video

Are the LMFAO boys ever really THAT sorry for party rocking? The answer seems to be 'no' based on the clip for the pop duo's latest single, which premiered on E! on Monday night (Feb. 20) and combines energy drink product placements, a David Hasselhoff cameo and enough zebra prints to last a lifetime, over the course of seven (!) minutes.

The video opens with an elderly couple (is that RedFoo and Sky Blu under some inspired makeup?) understandably annoyed that LMFAO's party house has, sadly, not stopped partying. Unfortunately, the next-door neighbor's efforts to stop the madness go awry -- LMFAO simply skip from "Sexy and I Know It" to "Sorry For Party Rocking," and the party keeps raging. Policemen, a surgeon and a pizza boy soon get into the mix, and the video ends with Christopher "Kid" Reid from Kid 'N Play banging down the duo's door.

"Sorry For Party Rocking" is the third single from LMFAO's sophomore album of the same name, following "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It." Both of those tracks hit No. 1 on the Hot 100, and if you haven't noticed, "Sorry" is flying up the chart: it jumped 17 spots to No. 62 last week, after leaping up 13 spots the week before.


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