A couple of months ago, Snoop Dogg released his 19th studio album entitled BODR (Bacc On Death Row). This project included 18 tracks and contributions from artists such as Nas, Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Nate Dogg, DaBaby, The Game, Uncle Murda, and others. The legendary Long Beach emcee debuted yesterday (Oct. 16) a brand-new visual for “Crip Your Enthusiasm,” a DJ Green Lantern-produced track reminiscent of the theme song to Larry David-helmed series “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Throughout the track, the Long Beach legend highlights why he is considered one of the best emcees of all time:
As an accompanying video for the song, “Crip Your Enthusiasm,” it was directed by Jesse Wellens and James Defina in which an older, animated version of Snoop is seen going about his daily routine. Watchers can see him enjoying a cigarette at a pool party, getting into a car accident with a police officer, and hanging out with Tupac Shakur throughout the four-minute video.
The rapper revealed a new album is in the works between Snoop and Dr. Dre, as he announced to Stephen A. Smith:
“In the past two months, Dr. Dre and I have been working on an album together. The project will be completed by November. We are celebrating our 30th anniversary at Doggystyle, and it is produced by Dr. Dre. The name of the project is Missionary.”