Snoop Dogg Announces New Video, New Album
Let a clown-ass president try and stop him
It’s only been a few days since Snoop Dogg fired a gag pistol at Donald Klump in the new video for BADBADNOTGOOD’s “Lavender” remix. Since then we’ve spoken to co-star Michael Rapaport about his role in the project and continue to see people’s reactions to a video that, in the words of one of the directors, was “just a prank.”
But Snoop is not slowing down because of the drama and now returns with a new animation-heavy video for “Super Crip,” the third single off his 2016 album CoolAid. The video for the Just Blaze-produced track was directed by Dylan Brown. It follows Snoop and his proverbial “mini-me” as they crip walk through a comic book.
Snoop and Dylan Brown have previously worked together on the 2005 film Boss’n Up, and again in 2006 for Hood of Horror. The look of the “Super Crip” video is a callback to the Joe Cool-illustrated comic that was part of the CD booklet for Snoop’s 1993 debut album, Doggystyle.
Snoop’s been hard at work lately, posting an Instagram video just last night announcing a Rick Rock-produced album Neva Left slated to drop sometime in May.