WATCH: “Single Ladies” + Kazaky = JbDub’s High-Heeled Dance Video, “I Hate My Job”

Boston Ballet dancer JbDubs not only wrote and composed his song, “I Hate My Job,” but he also choreographed the darn thing; no small feat considering how well he can work a split and a phone call in stiletto heels. Think of the video as the gay, corporate version of Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” done with high-heeled, quick moves of the Ukranian boy band, Kazaky.

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  • bagooka

    Wow amazing!

  • What?

    I don’t get why they had to do the Beyonce thing because everything else about the video was very original and creative.

  • queertypie

    GAWD! I was fixated on these guy’s calves! Was there a song too?

  • takakupo


    I would think it is quite obvious; to show off those gorgeous legs ;D

  • Chestie

    No where near kazaky. While their legs are GORGEOUS, they gave me bored face. Black boy was especially unhappy to be there.

  • sunonthehorizon

    Umm, Chestie, you do realize the song is abou them hating their job; why would they look any other way than fed up?

  • MikeE


    no outrage at the line about a “$2 tranny”?

    As for me, I just don’t get it.
    Maybe I’m getting too old for pop music. This was just incredibly boring and stupid to me. He “composed” this piece of shit? I honestly doesn’t take much to do that.

    I also don’t “get” the whole genderfuck thing. Really, maybe I’m from the wrong generation.

  • Mike in Asheville

    @MikeE: Gotta try a little harder if you want to stay young, nes pas?

    Loved it; didn’t necessarily get all of it, but loved the watching a true expression of art performed by the artist and friends. Just admire the their enthusiasm and the quality of their dancing.

    Reminds me of my first boyfriend, as a junior at Cal and got picked up by a freshman dance major (OMFG that was 32 years ago!). I was way too intimidated by PL and his dance friends to dance, but sure loved being around all that energy, commitment, and just sheer fun they had showing their moves.

    Thanks Queerty for posting this. Cheers.

  • scribe31

    Cute song, sort of cute guys, but don’t think I will do that dance when I finally quit my contruction job. lol. I never plan on wearing high heels :)

  • Conrad Honicker

    I was wondering when queerty would catch wind of this.

    Love the gender fuck.

    Mixed feelings about the “two dollar tranny” line. Are they trying to repudiate gender non-conformers or are they saying it as stakeholders? Unclear.

    Also, the mandingo narrative. Can we get past it? I don’t know.

    Overall, super upbeat, catchy, and well-done.

  • Ragz

    I could do without the ‘tranny’ line, but otherwise I do love everything about this.

  • Jonathonz

    Dang! Those guys can really move! Fun stuff!

  • lucifer

    Nice Legs!!

  • TC

    Genderqueer presentation + transphobic slur = the same cisgender privilege bullshit we get from Dan Savage and the HRC. Sure, I hate my job but I hate this song even more.

  • Cinesnatch

    The “$2 Tranny” lyric took me out of the otherwise transfixing 3 1/2 minutes. I didn’t read they were professionals until after I saw all of their legs up in the air. I was thinking, there is no way they didn’t/don’t do this for a living.

    Where can I get a pair of those shoes? I’m a European 43/American Male 10.5″.

  • Sebastian

    @ Chestie…I totally agree, not comparable to Kazaky and @ Mike in Asheville , it’s n’est-ce pas and not nes pas….just to let you know ;-)

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