There’s no funny business on the song, which finds Murphy crooning earnestly in an affected Jamaican Patois over an authentic reggae groove, with Snoop Dogg providing a rap and adding a vocal melody line to the last part of the tune.
See the rapper give fatherly advice while puffing on marijuana in this surreal clip from the long-running soap opera.
“It’s my mouth I can say what I want to,” she sings over an R&B sound with hip-hop beats, keyboard and guitar distortion.
The track, a salute to those who aren’t with us anymore, is at once a morose and reggae-centric look for Snoop Lion. Cyrus is pushed to a featured role in the video, matching her credit on the song.
During a recent interview with New York station 92.3 NOW, Snoop took the opportunity to clear the air about what really happened at the Snoop Lion 420 Festival.
Snoop Lion (formerly Snoop Dogg) is the latest artist to speak out against gun violence after the U.S. Senate defeated a bipartisan measure to pose background checks for U.S. gun sales last Wednesday.
From the crooning of Michael Buble to the fingerpicking of Steve Martin, plus Phoenix’s new experimental pop album and Snoop Dogg’s foray into reggae.
For Snoop Lion’s ‘No Guns Allowed’ video, a clip President Barack Obama helps sell the anti-gun message.
As lawmakers debate gun control legislation, Snoop Lion fires off his new song, “No Guns.” He dropped the single for his debut reggea album in which the one-time Gangster rapper calls for all to lay down their guns.