Snoop Dogg released a lavishly-produced video for “California Roll,” the lead track from his recently-released Bush album. The clip opens in L.A. in 1946, where adventurous citizens agree to take a “flight to the future.” That future consists of robots, flying cars, Snoop, Pharrell, and Stevie Wonder. Funnily enough, the song itself—a gentle wash of soul filled with falsetto, harmonica, and electric keyboard—mostly stays stuck in the past. Pay special attention to Pharrell's outfit.
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