Snoop Dogg released the lyric video for his new single, "Peaches N Cream," last week, and while that was a work of art in itself, he's back with a new visual for the Pharrell-produced track.

Directed by Aramis Israel and Hannah Lux Davis, the video quickly sucks you in and takes you into his psychedelic world. The song finds Snoop eying one girl at the party, but in this video, he's surrounded by women who look similar to Pam Grier's portrayal of Foxy Brown in the 1974 film of the same name.

We also see the 43-year-old rapper in a ridiculously fluffy fur coat and shirtless with a plethora of ladies' hands rubbing all over him. Pharrell makes an appearance in the video as well and enters during the chorus.

Aside from the visual, the West Coast MC also released the cover art for the single on Instagram. "Peaches N Cream" is the first song off Snoop's upcoming album, BUSH, which is set to release on May 12 via Columbia Records -- the first LP release on this label. You can pre-order a copy of the record on iTunes.

Snoop also performed "Peaches N Cream" on the new FOX series, Empire, last night. You can watch the Doggfather below. Before the week comes to a close, he'll give the keynote speech at SXSW tomorrow (March 20) at the Austin Convention Center. If you're in Austin and want to catch him unleash his wisdom on everything from music to movies to his non-profit work, be sure to get to the venue by 11AM for a seat. In the past, Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen and Lady Gaga were all chosen to be keynote speakers.

Watch Snoop Dogg Perform "Peaches N Cream' on Empire

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