A not-safe-for-work music video in support of Snoop Dogg's latest single "Upside Down" has hit the web. Debuted by Playboy, the clip sees the rapper and her entourage hitting an underground club for a party. There is a scene where the MC receives a lap dance from a topless woman.
"Upside Down" features Nipsey Hussle and Problem. It is listed among the materials in Snoop's 2009 studio album "Malice N Wonderland" which was followed up with the release of eight-song CD/DVD "More Malice" on March 23.
It means that he is going head to head with Justin Bieber who also dropped his new album "My World 2.0" on the same day. And the rapper doesn't mind it at all, telling MTV UK, "I don't have no problem with that. That's what the industry was made on."
"I actually had a chance to meet the guy. He's kind of cool. I don't really have a problem with the teenyboppers or whatnot. Once upon a time, I was a young teenager coming into the game, driving 'em crazy..."
Snoop Dogg's "Upside Down" music video