Do you remember how awesome the '90s were? Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones sure does, and in her new video for "Flip and Rewind" she wants to take us all back to that magical time of oversized hoop earrings, overtly choreographed dances moves, and chunky flip phones.

"Artistically, politically, we're in kind of a tough time, and the Nineties was kind of a dope place," Jones told Rolling Stone regarding the inspiration behind the video. "I mean, Bill Clinton playing the saxophone, budgets were flush, the clothes, the music."

The song itself is taken from the album, Volume 1, by Jones' own nephew Sunny Levine, who goes by the producer name Boss Selection. It certainly sounds like a throwback to the shiny, snare-inflected pop sounds of the bygone decade. Jones directed the video with her writing partner Will McCormack and managed to snag cameos from two multi-platinum artists in Jermaine Durpi and Tevin Campbell. You can watch the "Flip and Rewind video up top and a making-of clip down below.