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New music video about Sapphire Pool brings the ‘booty bass’

A love song for Vegas. HardNox style.

Fully clothed (including hats and sunglasses), submerged in Sapphire Pool and surrounded by strippers, Danny Boy and Jimbo start rapping.

“We’re killin’ Vegas like a Deadmau5, ’bout to hit the strip club spend a whole house. HardNox—Danny Boy, Jimbo—Yup! ’Bout to call the free limo. Let’s party, get drunk, get lit, make ’em dance make it rain a little bit at the Sapphire, at the Sapphire.”

The Bay Area DJs turned Vegas MCs of HardNox also happen to be brothers—Dan and Jim Kehoe when they’re not popping bottles with girls wearing nothing but blue stars on their nipples. The duo performed at Sapphire Pool back in May, and it appears their relationship with the new club blossomed into this 3-minute “official music video,” representing the party-till-you-don’t-know-what-day-it-is-and-don’t-care atmosphere. When this story posted, it had already racked up almost 6,000 views in just one week.

According to the HardNox site, monster producer Jermaine Dupri called the brothers “the next Beastie Boys.” We’ll let you decide, but before you watch the video, here are a few choice lyrics from the original jam:

“Who said money don’t grow on a tree? Don’t buy one bottle you should buy about three!”

“Booty bass makes the world go ’round, front center stage and the girls slide down.”

“No more dudes, need more chicks, need more ass, pop that Cris!”

“Paint the town red. I been paintin’ it. Sapphire pool now, what day is it? Daytime, nighttime, who the hell cares? Throw that ass, baby throw that hair. HardNox boys and we get the party hyped, hit Vegas hot spots and have the time of your life.”

WARNING: Watching this video is kinda like being at a strip club, so click at your own discretion.

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