After starring in the VH1 TV movie The Breaks, it seems Mack Wilds is stuck in the 90s. For his latest video, Wilds remakes Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, filming on the same streets in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood, Stuyvesant Avenue between Quincy and Lexington. While Do the Right Thing technically came out in 1989, it's a small difference for Wilds, who was born less than a week before the film premiered.

There's no climactic riot in "Love in the 90z," but Wilds and director Benny Boom do mimic a few Lee visuals such as Radio Raheem's oversized stereo, the Jackie Robinson Brooklyn Dodgers jersey and the old men posted outside playing checkers. Peep Mack's video above and be on the look out for the singer and actor, who's riding a nice wave of momentum into the new year.

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