I'm pretty sure that we're going to see a video for every track off Snoop Dogg's recently released Doggumentary album. One week ago today, he appropriately dropped the visuals for the Willie Nelson-assisted, weed-anthem "Superman." And earlier this morning, Snoop continued his promotional frenzy with a video for "Peer Pressure." It's essentially a track about wrestling with making the right choices in life with Snoop playing the roles of both the devil and angel residing on your shoulders. I can't help but smirk a bit at this considering he still raps about bitches, blunts, and money but also wants to thwart kids from doing the same. It's not even an issue of "do as I say, not as I do," but hey, at least his heart's in the right place.
Doggumentary is out now.