The music video for “Doo Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill was released in 1998 and features Hill in two different settings: a 1960s-style block party and a modern-day dance club. The video opens with Hill, dressed in retro clothing and hair, singing on a street corner with a group of backup singers. The scene then shifts to a present-day dance club, where Hill and her dancers are dressed in modern, colorful clothing and performing a choreographed routine. Throughout the video, Hill delivers her message about the importance of respecting oneself and avoiding the pitfalls of materialism and shallow relationships. The video is notable for its juxtaposition of the old-school doo-wop sound and visuals with contemporary urban culture, and for Hill’s powerful performance and message.