"Miss Eaves, along with women of all shapes and ages, dance in outfits that allow them to beat the heat of a New York City summer."
"The video features women of all shapes, sizes, colors, and ages having the damn time of their lives. "Thunder Thighs" is two minutes and fifty seconds of thick thighed celebration. It’s fun, it’s funny, and it’s feminist."
Consequence of Sound
"The dancers move in hyper-saturated slow motion, capturing all the lushness of the scenery in their movements. "National Parks” is a dreamy naturist daydream, a perfect celebration of summertime and the wilderness."
The Cut - New York Magazine
"The music video is a perfect summer party of women of all ages and shapes, hanging on the street with ice cream and sparkly pants, not letting their "chub rub" get in the way of killing it in a short sundress."
"In addition to catchy, relatable lyrics, the video is full of sexy, stylish women rocking it out in their favorite summer fashions. And I mean, what’s better than a woman who’s comfortable in her own skin? Slay, ladies."
"Nature and nostalgia drive the imagery while EAR PWR journey through a luminous landscape and get lost in the night sky. A bonfire crackles, mushrooms sparkle, neon bodies run with smoke bombs and fireflies emit light as friends travel through the woods and get lost in the wild."
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"It features women of all shapes, ages and ethnicities decked out in summer attire ― and they’re all poppin’ in their own right."
Huffington Post UK
"A gaggle of gorgeous women and girls take to the stoops and streets of Bed-Stuy flaunting, and feeling obviously great about it."
"Women, old and young, get to shake their thunder thighs in Miss Eaves' video."
"Filled with women of various sizes and races bopping around Brooklyn in whatever summer attire they want, shorts under skirts included, it's one of the most inclusive videos we've ever seen."
"Women of different shapes, sizes, races and sexualities enjoy a summer day in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn — all exulting in their own bodies as they braid each other's hair, eat ice cream and frolic in a fire hydrant's spray."
"The reason for its success is simple: for once, women have a hip hop video that doesn’t show them gyrating in bikinis at a pool party."
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The Village Voice
Women's Health Magazine
"You have to watch the music video, which features a group of ladies—young, old, and in between—hanging out on a summer day in Brooklyn, celebrating their curves."
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