POST FALLS, Idaho — “Word to your dentist.” Those are the final lines of one of the coolest music videos we have seen in a while.
Dr. Erin Elliott, known as “E-Cubed” in the music world, stars in the video for “Air Air Baby,” a song about sleep apnea and remedies like CPAP machines It's a cover of the iconic Vanilla Ice song "Ice Ice Baby."
“You rock a mask like a vandal, you tear it off your face and fly off the handle. Breathe before your lungs go boom. No air kills your brain like a poisonous mushroom,” Elliott raps in the video.
She even does the Roger Rabbit dance in the video.
Elliott also reassures her patients that Post Falls Family Dental can help them find solutions to sleep apnea, all while wearing a sideways baseball cap, and gold hoop earrings and a necklace with the word “queen.”
“If you’re not sleepin’, yo, we’ll solve it. Check out the options and we can resolve it,” Elliott says.
Then, her take on the iconic Vanilla Ice hook: “Just breathe, air air baby.”
Danny Vezmar wrote the lyrics to the video, while wine bar Coeur d’Alene Fresh provided the location.
Facebook commenters were loving the video, with one writing, “Not only is she suuuuuper funny, she’s a great dentist too.”
Another wrote, “No dentist in the history of dentists has ever had the moves of this woman.”
“Mad skills. And as gangster as they come,” another commenter wrote. We’d have to agree.
This isn’t the first time Elliott has starred in a music video about Sleep Apnea. In February of 2018, Elliott channeled Will Smith with her sleep apnea-themed cover of "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” theme song titled, “Queen of Good Air.”