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The 'Malice N Wonderland' rapper will help open the 'Torpedo' tour in Detroit, and plans to release his duet track with Charlie Sheen in three or four days.
Beside being joined by the West Coast rapper, the ex-star of 'Two and a Half Men' also hits studio with Rob Patterson.
Directed by Dah Dah, the video makes a tribute to the rapper's close friend and former bandmate Nate Dogg who died March 15.
The 'Like a G6' hitmakers continue their 'Free Wired' party lifestyle in this Snoop Dogg-featured music video.
Snoop has taken on the responsibility of looking out for the six children of the 'Regulate' hitmaker by establishing the trust fund to provide them with some monetary assistance.
During his performance at South by Southwest festival, the 39-year-old rapper, as well as Warren G and P. Diddy, paid tribute to his longtime pal Nate Dogg who died on March 15.
While Snoop Dogg spends the night at a club with T-Pain, Melanie Fiona enjoys her time alone as she struggles to mend her broken heart.
Bald Zach Galifianakis is seen focusing on his activity, while Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms look confused with their friend.
The Cali Hip-Hop duo reps for their hometown along with L.A. Lakers' Ron Artest, Matt Barnes and Shannon Brown.
The boys from the Nickelodeon TV series have a time-traveling adventure with Snoop Dogg.
The tour begins January 18 and continues at least until February, and the music video sees Snoop Dogg cruising the town at night.
Appearing as their 'High School' characters Cheech and Chong respectively, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are smoking 'sticky green' in the entire music video.
Wearing black, white and yellow ensemble, Khalifa, Snoop and T-Pain spit their rhymes along with Three 6 Mafia's member Juicy J.
Partying in Las Vegas with a number of writhing beauties, Snoop Dogg is joined by two neatly-groomed men who suspiciously look like the British royals.
The world freezes around Dr. Dre, Akon and Snoop Dogg as they sing and spit their verses to the camera in the Joseph Kahn-directed video.