The song starts, they go low, very low, and sure enough, a ghostly, Casper-like Luda appears in the mirror. And then the song goes a little crazy, Luda breaks through the mirror, along with a smaller version of himself, whose high-pitched voice provides the tweaky chorus, and a group of more sinister-looking followers from the underworld. These cross-overs from the in-between chase the women through the house, with every mirror along the way occupied by a scantily clad ghost dancer, and finally end up in the kitchen, where everybody gets low some more. There are also some "Thong Song"-ish black light sequences, and for some reason a couple dudes are wearing Jason masks. More importantly, Luda is in fine form, being sexy, silly and boastful all at the same time like few others can.