Do you RE-MEM-BER? The 21st night of SEP-TEM-BER?
Well, it’s here again, the date those acquainted with Earth, Wind and Fire’s immortal disco odyssey probably only remember on the day but worship proudly nonetheless.
And thankfully, there’s another delightful video from The Good Place screenwriter and comedian Demi Adejuyigbe to mark the annual occasion.
Here’s the little teaser sent out ahead of the video:
And here’s the newest video in all its glory. It’s just…everything:
The wallpaper moment!? The trombone!? The plane!?
For the last five years, Adejuyigbe has paid homage to the date made famous by the song that spoke of a legendary night, when love was changing the minds of pretenders While chasing the clouds away. The comedian started this tradition in 2016, posting a video to Twitter of himself dancing around and honoring the date with a personalized “SEPT 21” t-shirt.
Then, as Sept. 21 rolled around each year, we were blessed with yet another homage, bigger and better than the last. Here’s 2018’s, which truly never was a cloudy day:
Say do you remember, dancing in September? Adejuyigbe never forgets. And he was even selling his signature t-shirts online, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the Climate Mobilization Project last year, but this year, he’s encouraging people to make their own instead.
If you want to see another video next year, watch until the end of the video — he’ll only do it if he fundraises $50,000 to be split between charities. People can donate at sept21st.com.
But you might have to wait until the site is back up, with Adejuyigbe and Twitter users reporting an outage immediately after the video went live. Seems too many people were trying to donate, which is AWESOME?