Turquoise Jeep rides through Seattle

Tonight in Seattle, Turquoise Jeep Records will be rocking The Croc. For those of you who are not familiar with the hit YouTube sensation known as Turquoise Jeep Records, they are a hip hop and R&B collective that has gained massive popularity on the Internet in the last couple of years.

This group is made up of several members, but the core of the group would have to be the co-CEO Flint Flossy, Yung Humma, and of course Whatchyamacallit. Of all the members in the in the group these are the three I am sure will be performing at their Election Day party in Seattle tonight.

Turquoise Jeep Records in awesome in the most absurd way possible. Their catchy songs and extremely creative videos are typically packed with not so subtle sexual overtones and dance moves that make it impossible to turn them down or look away.

Tickets for their show tonight can be purchased here.

Watch the videos below for an idea of what I’m talking about and some of the best dance moves you will ever see.

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