Boom, boom, ay
The fourth occurrence of “Boom, boom, ay” seems to be referring to the Surrealist art movement. The tone of the backing vocalists' voices suggests that he is specifically channeling the initial start of the movement, during the 1920s and 1930s where pioneer artists such as Rene Magritte and Salvador Dali made their most iconic works (i.e. Magritte’s “Treachery Of Images” and Dali’s “Persistence of Memory” [pictured below]). Surrealism was very much influenced by images in the dream state. Wax appears to have taken this idea and applied it to the idea of nocturnal emission. From this occurrence of “Boom, boom ay,” Wax reveals that the video for the song is, in fact, all a dream.
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