Bootsy Collins recalls a funky visual aesthetic for "Worth My While."
Bootsy Collins and Kali Uchis have undeniable chemistry, teaming up on "After The Storm" with Tyler, the Creator and now showing off the video for Collins' "Worth My While." The song is from Bootsy Collins' first album in six years, "World Wide Funk," which celebrates the sound he helped make prominent with Parliament-Funkadelic. Psychedelic visuals flash on the screen and singers are doubled and tripled to create interesting, trippy effects.
The video has a vintage feel, with groovy effects and lots of funky, colorful sequinned outfits. Bootsy Collins is decked out in a crazy animal-print fur with loads of silver rings and a single gold tooth. The former Parliament bassist is swaggy in the video and Kali's vocals are hauntingly melodic, recalling Joss Stone and Amy Winehouse vibes. Check it out below.