A lingerie-clad lady in the video impersonates funk icons George Clinton and Bootsy Collins after watching Snoop sings while partying with some girls.
Snoop Dogg, who transformed into Snoopzilla for his funk project with Dam-Funk, has released a music video for their "I'll Be There 4U". Directed by Dah Dah Baker, the clip opens with a lingerie-clad woman lounging around on her bed and smoking an e-cigarette.
She turns on the TV and watches Snoop talking about his funk music in an interview. "We gon' funk until we can't funk no more," he says, before the screen plays his video, in which he sings and smokes while being surrounded by a lot of ladies.
The video then inspires the woman to dress up like funk icons George Clinton and Bootsy Collins. Still in her lingerie, she dons a wig, plays a guitar and dances to the song.
"I'll Be There 4U" appears in "7 Days of Funk", Snoop's funk album with Dam-Funk which was released last month.
Snoop Dogg's "I'll Be There 4U" (feat. Dam-Funk) music video