Tracee Ellis Ross, star of Black-ish, daughter of living legend Diana Ross, honored her mom and the female body by recreating Ross’ 1981 “Work That Body” video, which she accompanied with a sex positive message a la Nicki Minaj’s iconic "Anaconda" video. In the video Ross joyfully dances around and exercises in leotards against a backdrop of her mom dancing around in the original “Work That Body,” mirroring her moves. After posting the video to her website on Saturday, Ross explained why she felt “empowered” by the video and how she wanted to inspire the same feeling in others:

“…it didn’t feel like she was dancing as a presentation of herself or like she was offering up her bits, which I feel like most videos are these days…My mom felt whole and connected …and in her body in this video. I have spoken before about encouraging women to shift our gaze from how we are seen to how we are seeing and, more important, feeling. And I saw a woman feeling joyful in herself as a whole being; she didn’t seem to be presenting her ass or saying, 'look at all the ways I can make myself look appealing to YOU.' She seems to be saying, 'this is ME feeling good and I am strong and sexy and joyful in ME'!"

Watch the fun video above.

[via THR]