Snoop Dogg has been a busy man this year. From lending out countless features to dropping off his own album Neva Left back in May, the West Coast legend has been keeping fans plenty happy with the new music. Just within the past few weeks, Snoop has released a new song called “Dis Finna Be A Breeze” & “What Is This” with October London, but today he decides to switch thing up on us a little bit. Rather than hitting us with a new song, Snoop decides to revisit his latest album Neva Left and share a new video in its support for the track “Toss It” featuring Too Short.
Asking his son Cordell to take their dog on a walk, the video finds Snoop turning into an actual Rottweiler who gets away from his leash and turns into a pimp on the loose, chasing woman on the beach and in the club. Meanwhile Too Short turns into a black bulldog and raps from the club with the ladies all on him in this Henry Behel-directed clip. You might be a little confused, but it’ll all makes sense after you hit play and watch what happens.
It serves as the fifth video off Snoop’s Neva Left album, following “Neva Left,” “Trash Bags,” “Moment I Feared,” and “Mount Kushmore.” Check it out (above) and let us know what you think. How cool & cute is that black bulldog that Too Short is?
In other related news, Snoop has been making headlines this past week for coming to the defense of both ESPN’s Jemele Hill and NFL QB Colin Kaepernick. “Keep fighting your fight Colin. We’re fighting with you,” he said about Colin on First Take this week. Meanwhile touching on Jemele Hill, Snoop added… “This message is for me homegirl Jemele Hill,” began Snoop. “I’ma say what you can’t say: f**k them motherf**kers. All of ’em. Everybody who got a problem with you. F**k ’em. I said it. Motherf**kers.”