The music video shows the group hanging out in their pajamas while T-Boz gets friendly with a trumpet player (played by former Janet Jackson dancer Omar Lopez). Two other videos were made, but went unreleased, including one that follows Chilli and T-Boz cheating on their boyfriends while Left Eye dances by herself.
"We didn't like them; scrapped them and started again. ... We were like, 'If we come back out, we need to make a statement,'" T-Boz recalled to The Associated Press. "It wasn't strong."
It was only when the group watched the video for Salt-N-Pepa and En Vogue's "Whatta Man
," that they realized the direction they should go for in the clip.
"Lisa turned (around) ... and I remember her going, 'That's what it should look like it,'" recalled T-Boz. "And then we were like, 'Yeah!' It just came together and it was like we evolved into these women instead of these little girls. We had a little more sex appeal."