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Prince: Hot Wit U (Nasty Girl Remix)
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The track was released as the album's fifth and final international single in mid, with its Maurice's Nu Soul remix serving as the second single of the group's remix album This Is the Remix , following the Rockwilder remix of " Bootylicious ". The video starts out with close-ups of the girls chanting the opening lyrics. It transfers to a woman Sara Ramirez in a pink fur jacket with thin and tight pants, high heels and strawberry blonde hair carrying bags walking down a neighborhood sidewalk with women turning their heads to look and men pointing at her and talking amongst themselves. She trips and falls when Knowles sings the lyrics "Change don't come your way it will come back to you". After the chorus, it changes to two women walking out of a corner store and past a man eating a sandwich. Two guys standing there try to push their friend into the girls, but he slows down and starts to talk to one of the girls. The girl starts to wrap her gum around her finger but gets tangled in her hair and a piece of weave comes out. The screen changes to a woman dancing with a man in a club, but he dislikes the way she is dancing. He tries to calm her down but she accidentally elbows him in the face and upon seeing what she did, she shows apathy and walks away. It switches to a room full of the previous girls and more in a line waiting to be put in a machine called the "NastyZapper" which transforms them into women with better clothes and hairstyles.
Prince gave the songwriting credit to lead singer Vanity , although he was the writer and composer. There have also been several other versions of this song. Records label for their self-titled debut studio album Vanity 6. The song was produced by Prince and issued as the album's second single on September 24, The song was knocked off the number one position by Prince's own "