Opening up with a Looney Tunes-like intro, the video begins with Busta Rhymes narrating in the background, recalling how he once bumped his head as a child. A little boy portraying Busta as a child acts this out. A woman runs out of house to the aid of Busta, asking him—as Busta narrates—"Did you bump your head?" Busta says, “Yeah…” The woman then asks, “So that means you gon’ switch it on ’em?”, with Busta replying, “Yeah…Flip Mode…Flip Mode is the greatest!” Suddenly, the child turns into a hideous, little blue monster with big yellow eyes and sharp teeth and chases the woman around and throughout the house. —Wikipedia
Williams was born in Queens, New York and is of African and Honduran descent. He later attended Adelphi University. Williams’ big break came when he began working with Classic Concepts Video Productions. Lionel “Vid Kid” Martin & VJ Ralph McDaniels created Williams’ first opportunity with the “Filmmakers With Attitude” moniker (FWA), which was Williams’ first video company.
Williams has created a number of music videos for many artists, including 2Pac (“California Love”), The Notorious B.I.G. (“Warning”) and (“One More Chance”), Craig Mack (“Flava in Ya Ear” (Remix)), LL Cool J (“Doin It”), Nas (“If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)”, “Street Dreams”, “Hate Me Now”), Missy Elliott (“The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly))”, “She’s a Bitch”), Busta Rhymes (“Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See”), TLC (“No Scrubs”), Kelis (“Caught Out There”), Jay-Z (“Big Pimpin’”), Kanye West (“Gold Digger”, “Heartless”,1 “All of the Lights”, “Diamonds from Sierra Leone”), Aaliyah (“Rock the Boat”), Christina… read more