Snoop Dogg Shoots New Video With Dre
Snoop Dogg was on location in Los Angeles over the past two days, shooting the video for a new single, "B Please," from his recent LP, "Topp Dogg." The clip was lensed by Snoop's mentor and longtime collaborator Dr. Dre, who also produced the original album track.
Nate Dogg and Xzibit, both of whom can be heard on the track, turned up to shoot cameo appearances for the video, which is due to premier sometime in early August. Meanwhile, Snoop has also kept busy with several other projects, including potential collaborations with Insane Clown Posse and Kid Frost.
On the cinematic front, Snoop can next be seen in "White Boys," a movie about the fantasies of an Ohio kid who is fascinated with the "gangsta rapper" lifestyle. That film was directed by Marc Levin, the man behind last year's critically acclaimed indie flick "Slam," and is expected to find a distributor soon.
Snoop is also nominated for Artist of the Year at the Source Hip-Hop Music Awards, scheduled to air on UPN on August 20.