Is there anyone on the planet cooler than Yoko Ono? No, there is not. Maybe Merlin if he's really still trapped in that cave — but, then again, nope.

As proof of this, feast your weak mortal eyes upon the video for "Bad Dancer," a track that Yoko Ono wrote with Mike D and Ad Rock of the Beastie Boys. "Bad Dancer" is probably your new favorite song; it involves Yoko announcing, "I'm a bad dancer!" and also "You're a bad dancer" over a club beat (of a club in a weird portion of outer space).

In the video, she and several of her friends — both Beastie Boys, ?uestlove, former Das Racist member Heems, Roberta Flack, Cibo Matto, Ira Glass, comedian Reggie Watts, performance artist/songwriter Justin Vivian Bond, the unseen spirit of a willow tree, a cheerful speck of dust, a top hat, etc. — dance in front of a wall covered in foil. Yoko Ono also paints a conceptual painting and dances in front of it for a little bit.

According to Pitchfork, "it was inspired by some of Ono's previous works, including 2008's Touch Me, 1965's Film No. 1 (aka Match), and 1966's Ceiling Painting." It was also inspired by a dream that an angel once had about Yoko Ono doing a little waltz with ?uestlove.

[H/T Pitchfork]