Pharrell has a new video out for his G I R L track, "Come Get it Bae," and this one features a cameo from Miley. Though the bounce-y, twang-y track has some of the same production notes (the clapping, chanting, country-ish guitar riffs) as "Blurred Lines," the clip -- like the album -- seems to be Pharrell's way of making up for the gross message in Robin Thicke's 2013 hit. In the video, we see Pharrell at a casting, appreciatively watching beautiful women of all shapes, sizes, and races pop, drop and lock it for the camera. Before long, Miley, who's sporting a hair 'do that's very 'toddler chic,' steals the show and bops around with Pharrell just because. The clip's pretty simple but the track itself is super catchy; we're also digging the vibes that remind us of the chorus from the 1968 Friend & Lover classic, "Reach out of the Darkness."