Snoop Dogg isn't taking the criticism for his Trump-mocking video for "Lavender" lying down. Less than a week after delivering his controversial video, the D-O-Double-G unleashes another banger with "Super Crip."
In the Dylan Brown-directed clip, the West Coast rap legend has a heart-to-heart with the pint-size version of himself named Lil Snoop.
"Man, I ain't tryna f--- all this sh-- off. If I bang on every n---a that crosses me, offends me, steals from me, then I'mma end up just like every n---a we know in this game -- dead or in jail," says real-life Snoop. "So you'd be willing to jeopardize all of this to be like everyone else?"
"I'll never be like everyone else -- because I'm not," responds Lil Snoop before the pair embark on a comic book-style adventure for the Just Blaze-produced banger.
Last May, the superproducer said he was working "extensively" on the new Snoop Dogg effort. "With me, I just like to be involved in a project whether it directly benefits me or not," Just Blaze said. "So if somebody has a great song and I have ideas and I feel like I can make the song better, I'm going to offer those ideas. But I think that's kind of all been part of me and [Snoop] having a better working relationship. The final scope and definition of the project remains to be seen, but I'm just excited. I've always been a Snoop fan since Doggystyle and The Chronic, so to get a chance to work with him a little more extensively than just, 'Here's a beat,' has been great."
Snoop Dogg recently told Billboard that he plans to drop a new album called Never Left potentially in May, which will host "Lavender." "I feel like it's a lot of people making cool records, having fun, partying, but nobody's dealing with the real issue with this f---ing clown as president, and the sh-- that we dealing with out here, so I wanted to take time out to push pause on a party record and make one of these records for the time being," he said.
Watch Snoop Dogg keep it West Side in the "Super Crip" video below.