Snoop Dogg gets animated in the video for the title track off his latest album Neva Left.
Throughout the visual, Tha Doggfather finds himself in a comic book-like mini-movie that starts out in a Long Beach house party. From there, D-O-Double-G goes into the criminal life as “the Miles Davis of gang bangin’.”
The Scarface-inspired clip features a drug deal gone awry, where heads get blasted. Soon, Snoop is having dinner with bosses, meeting a girl he’s attracted to, and watching deals get made. But before any action continues, the visual ends with a “To Be Continued” banner.
“Neva Left” is the latest single off Snoop’s newest album, which has also spawned visuals for “Trash Bags” (with K Camp), “Moment I Feared,” “Revolution,” and “Mount Kushmore” featuring Method Man, Redman, and B-Real.
Up next, Snoop is working on a gospel album. “It’s always been on my heart,” he explained. “I just never got around to it because I always be doing gangsta business or doing this or doing that. I just felt like it’s been on my heart too long. I need to do it now.”
Watch the “Neva Left” saga begin below.