DJ Mustard is some sort of wavy pied piper. The Los Angeles producer continues his inhuman run of hits with "Post To Be," a cut from Omarion's 2014 album Sex Playlist. The song, which features both Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko, has finally received the video treatment, wherein the three artists show off some impromptu dance moves in front of a revolving door of luxury cars. Like the song, the clip is sparse, bright and fun, with an all-white background accentuating the minimalism Mustard has valued so much during his tear.

Jhene Aiko nearly steals the show, demanding that any man who wants to get close to her better be ready to "eat the booty like groceries," which is nothing if not direct. Next to Breezy's unmistakable crooning, Omarion's progression from boy-band heartthrob to more mature artist sounds nearly complete, his voice now colored by age and character. The Inglewood native, first famous as a member of the wildly popular group B2K, has released four solo albums, including Sex Playlist. He also appeared on the second and third volumes of Self Made, the compilation series from Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group imprint, of which Omarion is a member.