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The clip shows the newly-single rapper and his two collaborators having fun with some pretty girls in front of bright-colored backdrops.
The 'Black Widow' rapper shrugs off haters by dressing up as Marlon Wayans' gender- and race-bending character from the 2004 classic comedy.
The album, which currently has no title or official release date, is produced entirely by Pharrell and will feature collaborations with Charlie Wilson and Stevie Wonder.
Dogg uploads an apology clip on Instagram, saying that he decides to apologize to the 'Fancy' rapper after talking to T.I.
The veteran rapper also calls the 'Fancy' hitmaker 'b***h' in response to her angry tweets after he made fun of her make-up free looks.
The 'Fancy' hitmaker takes to Twitter to blast the rapper, writing, 'I'm disappointed you'd be such an a** for no reason.'
In a new vlog, the rapper rolls a blunt alongside pal Kurupt while a 30-second preview of the new collaboration with Skateboard P plays in the background.
Formerly known as Snoop Lion, the rapper now introduces his new persona, a white guy with blonde hair and geeky glasses.
The 'Short Term 12' actor will play the young version of the 'Young, Wild and Free' rapper in the biographical film.
The 'Young, Wild and Free' hitmaker claimed that he smoked marijuana in the bathroom of the official residence of the U.S. president.
The South Korean rapper swims naked in a fountain, parties at karaoke and performs with twerking ladies in the new music video.
The new track's full music video will be unveiled after the two rappers make appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' on June 8.
The 'Neighbors' star and the 'What's My Name' rapper hilariously discuss recent plot developments of the HBO series while smoking weed.
Directed by Colin Tilley, the new clip features Derulo, Snoop and guest Ne-Yo partying with a bunch of twerking ladies at a mansion in Bel Air.
The touching video features some scenes of Bugg, who passed away late last month, joining Snoop and Daz at their live shows and dancing with them on the stage.