Snoop Dogg brings his 'Rook and the Father Hood Family' in newly-debuted music video for single 'Staxxx in My Jeans' from 'Ego Trippin'' LP.
A music video aimed to support Snoop Dogg's song entitled "Staxxx in My Jeans" has made its way out. Spoofing the glamorous life of young Hollywood celebrities with lots of cash in their pockets, it has his "Rook and the Father Hood Family", comprising of his daughter Cori and his son Cordell, making cameo appearances.
Snoop Dogg includes "Staxxx in My Jeans", which is produced by Rick Ross, in his ninth major studio record "Ego Trippin'". He has released the effort since March 2008 and added song "Walk Away" as iTunes pre-order bonus track and another track "Nobody Better" as Australian extra single in addition to 21 other songs.
In related news, Snoop Dogg will be performing at the sixth annual Langerado Music Festival on March 6. Along with Death Cab for Cutie, he will be headlining the event to be held at Bicentennial Park on Biscayne Bay outside Miami. Additional music acts at the festival include Dashboard Confessional, Gym Class Heroes, Girl Talk and Tokyo Police Club among others.
Snoop Dogg's "Staxxx in My Jeans" music video: