Rashida Jones Made A Video And It's So 90s It Hurts

Flip and rewind right back to the best decade ever

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Rashida Jones, you cunning, pliable, chestnut-haired sunfish.

We had no idea that as well as your spot-on comedic talent (Parks & Recreation, Angie Tribeca), you can sing, dance and possess a genuine nostalgia for the greatest decade ever: the Nineties.

Bringing back all that was good between 1990 and 1999 – including hoop earrings, white flat caps and rollneck crop tops – Jones has directed and starred in a music video for her single, Flip And Rewind, produced by her nephew, Sunny Levine AKA Boss Selection.

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The best bit? It pays homage to all the Nineties musical powerhouse greats – TLC, Salt-N- Pepa and Boyz II Men – and not in a taking-the-mick kind of way.

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'The inspiration for the video that Will [McCormack] and I directed was to try to evoke the feeling of the Nineties, but not in a mocking way,' Jones told Rolling Stone. 'I think for you and I both, it’s such an important time musically, emotionally and psychologically. Every part of us formed during the Nineties, and we took all of the quintessential R&B videos from the Nineties and did our best to recreate them.'

Jones hails from a slightly musical family – her dad, Quincy Jones, produced Michael Jackson’s Off The Wall, Thriller and Bad albums to name a few – so it’s no surprise she nailed the R&B vibe spot on. 

Words: Emma King

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