The clip finds the pair blowing money fast on booze and beautiful women, while Jeremih croons a slick auto-tuned hook and Snoop delivers a slew of ridiculous lines. “Robert De Niro, fly as a sparrow,” Snoop rhymes over a gurgling bass pulse. “Profit to prophet, arrow to pharaoh. El Bueno, hustle like Maino/ All money in, no Drano.”
“Point Seen Money Gone” appears on Snoop’s latest album, Coolaid, which arrived on July 1st via the rapper’s recently relaunched Doggy Style Records. Along with Jeremih, the album features collaborations with Swizz Beatz, Wiz Khalifa, Just Blaze, E-40, Too $hort and more.
Coolaid marks Snoop Dogg’s first straight rap album since 2011’s Doggumentary. Over the past five years, the MC has made forays into reggae (Reincarnated), funk (7 Days of Funk, with Dâm-Funk) and, most recently on Bush, Pharrell’s special brand of neo-disco and soul.