While the cover art for Snoop Dogg‘s Neva Left was shot back in 1992, the 2017 version of Calvin Broadus is now reminiscent of that one cool uncle in the family. Similar to his video for “Mount Kushmore,” Snoop delivers another animated video for his fifteenth album’s title track.
The video for the Charmels-sampling track, (it’s definitely been used before) produced by Mike & Keys, takes place at a house party (with references to some of Snoop’s older songs throughout). Meanwhile Snoop — engaged in a game of dominos — if waxing poetics about the era he grew up in. The whole thing is reminiscent of a skit from Snoop’s debut album Doggystyle.