Snoop Dogg Goes Back To The Future With 'California Roll' Video

(Radio.com) What does the future look like? A mashup of Los Angeles and ancient Egypt, in the minds of Snoop Dogg, Pharrell Williams and Stevie Wonder. In the retro-futuristic music video for their joint track "California Roll," from Snoop Dogg's recently released album Bush, the trio give a glimpse at their vision of how the city will evolve.

It involves flying cars and lots of pyramids, though iPhones apparently remain the same. The visual is centered around a film showing for "California Roll," where a vintage audience packs into a theater and is greeted by a robot called Canubis 420 before being treated to a simulator ride, complete with Snoop Dogg's weed smoke wafting out of the screen.

The gold-tinted video shows Pharrell and Snoop Dogg rapping atop a pyramid, between takes of Snoop and Wonder casually drifting through the clouds in a flying car. Check it here.

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