The music video for Doo Wop (That Thing) was filmed using a split screen technique, the video features Hill, who was six months pregnant at the time, performing "Doo Wop" at block parties in two different eras: 1967 and 1998. The video was directed by duo Big TV!. It was filmed in Washington Heights, Manhattan.
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