You could watch the maybe-NSFW video above, but that's only if you're alone and/or your office is the kind of place where the idea of Human Resources is a joke. That's how sexual The-Dream's new video for his song "Pussy" (featuring Big Sean and Pusha T) is, and why, according to SPIN, it got pulled from YouTube early Friday morning, less than 24 hours after it had been posted.
A summary of the video's contents, for those unwilling/unable to watch at this moment: There is one woman in lingerie. She starts off gyrating around, smoking a blunt in what appears to either be a very nice apartment but is more likely a hotel room. Though the video appears relatively harmless at first – like anything you'd see in a regular hot-n-sexy-bitches fare – it becomes increasingly sexual, with shots from below of a butt gyrating in a thong. It's only at around 2:30 that she starts to take her thong off, is suddenly oiled up, and we get an extreme close-up of her crotch, which is partially covered by the thong. Then she begins mime-masturbating with The-Dream's album cover, which is shaped like a pyramid that she opens like origami (get it?).
That album, called IV Play, prompted Gawker's Rich Juzwiak to write, "The-Dream’s depiction of single life, its shortcomings and contradictions, will alienate people. But there is an unobstructed honesty here that doesn’t give a fuck what you think of its creator." The titles and lyrics The-Dream has chosen back that analysis up; for instance, "Climax" is the name of the bonus disc, and the chorus for "Pussy" includes the line "I got my left hand on that booty/Got my right hand on that pussy."