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Sean Combs and Paul Rudd 'Go Kindergarten' in The Lonely Island and Robyn's Music Video

June 12, 2013 (3:53 am) GMT
The new music video sees the 'I Need a Girl' rapper and the 'Wanderlust' actor obeying everything that Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer and Robyn say.
Sean Combs and Paul Rudd 'Go Kindergarten' in The Lonely Island and Robyn's Music Video

has just dropped the official music video for "Go Kindergarten" featuring , Sean Combs a.k.a and . In the 3-minute visuals, Combs and Rudd appear as best friends who come together to a nightclub. Rudd, who doesn't like attending clubs, awkwardly joins his friend on the dance floor.

"Some of it might seem strange/ But don't think, just obey/ Let the music play/ 'Cause we put it in the song/ So do everything that we say," the trio and weird-looking Robyn sing. Doing what the singers instruct, Combs punches Rudd's face, literally eats garbages and cuts off Rudd's middle finger.

"Go Kindergarten" is now available for online purchase on iTunes and Amazon. The single is also included in The Lonely Island's album, "". The album features guest appearances from artist like , , , and .

"I'm describing it to everyone as fantastic. This is a fantastic album. Can't wait for people to hear it. There are some amazing videos on it, there's 20 tracks, 7 videos that accompany the album they come on DVD," The Lonely Island's Jorma Taccone recently said of the new release. "The Wack Album" is out on June 11.

The Lonely Island's "Go Kindergarten" (feat. Robyn, Diddy, Paul Rudd) music video

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