The 'I Wanna Love You' rapper celebrates '4/20' by rolling 'sticky green,' while the Blaine Anderson of 'Glee' spends his time in studio recording Bob Dylan's song.
Snoop Dogg and Darren Criss premiere a new music video each. The rapper releases a clip for his single "Stoner's Anthem", just in time for cannabis "4/20" celebration. Meanwhile, the "Glee" actor unleashes a video for his cover song of Bob Dylan's "New Morning".
Snoop stays true to the title of the song by showing his love for weed and getting high with the "sticky green." Darren, meanwhile, takes his fans inside the studio where he laid his vocals for the cover song. He's joined by his brother Chuck and indie band Freelance Whales.
Snoop includes his weed-glorifying song in his "Stoner's [EP]". As for Darren, the Blaine Anderson depicter records the classic song for Amnesty International's "Chimes of Freedom" tribute album.