Welcome to the "Say Aah" video (directed by Yolande Geralds), wherein Trey Songz, the inventor of sex, kicks convos to girls who dance like "video vixens" in an effort to get 'em back to his condo. Everyone drinks like it's their birthday, with mirth and merriment had by all.
This song, taken from Songz's Ready, is playing constantly out of car windows in New York City. Its over-abundance of hooks ("we don't buyyyy no drinks at the bar" being a personal favorite) makes it pretty hard to dislike. And the verse from Brooklyn's Fabolous will bring in even the most hardened of fun-haters.
Gotta say, for as ballerific as the song (it's practically an indecent behavior anthem), the video keeps it pretty grown in sexy. I lost count of the amount of button down shirts at, like, a dozen.
Best part about it is probably Fab's appearance, both because his verse has a very plain-spoken feel to it, and because his blue-framed shades are matching his shirt. Maybe Justin Bieber should hire him as a swagger coach.