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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.
In the track, which was produced by DJ 2HIGH, Dogg recalls the moments when Bug appeared on his shows and danced on the stage to entertain the crowd.
The 'Gin and Juice' rapper confirms the sad news in a Twitter post, writing, 'Love u [uncle]!! C u when I get there. !!! R. I. P. junebug!!'
The new single is appearing in the singer's upcoming album 'Talk Dirty' which is expected to be released on April 15.
During the event, the Grammy Award-winning producer performs a medley of his hits that include 'Frontin', 'Rockstar', 'Blurred Lines',' Get Lucky' and 'Happy'.
A lingerie-clad lady in the video impersonates funk icons George Clinton and Bootsy Collins after watching Snoop sings while partying with some girls.
The FredWreck-produced track is a cover of Elvis Presley's classic called 'Blue Christmas'.
The two stars show their love for marijuana in the clip which also features cameo appearances from Daz, Kurupt, Curren$y and Dead Prez among others.
The Toronto rapper performs 'Make Me Proud' with the former 'American Idol' judge before inviting Snoop, who sings a medley of four songs.
Thicke, who reunites with his twerking buddy Miley Cyrus, will perform his 'Give It to U' while Snoop will play 'Gin and Juice' to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his debut album.
Formerly known as Snoop Lion, Snoop Dogg has become Snoopzilla for a collaborative funk album with Dam-Funk called '7 Days of Funk'.