Skylar Grey serves up some revenge, trailer park-style, with help from Eminem in her new video for "C'mon Let Me Ride," from her upcoming second LP Don't Look Down. To get her man's eyes off the models in his magazines, Grey offers them free tans that turn them orange and plastic surgery that results in face transplants that she conducts, ever so delicately, with a chainsaw. As for Em, the MC reconnects with his goofier side, delivering a homage to Queen's "Bicycle Race" and trying to pedal away on his lowrider tricycle that's attached to a packed kiddie pool.
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