Nope, this isn’t a remake of The D.O.C.’s 1989 classic (however much we’d love to hear that); instead, Snoop Dogg gives his contribution to the upcoming kids flick, Turbo, the visual treatment. Uncle Snoop puts the pedal to the metal in the company of his animated friends in this “Let the Bass Go” video. Snoop even lends his voice to the film as Smoove Move, a “slick-talking, slow-walking” snail. Also starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ryan Reynolds and Paul Giamatti, Turbo hits theaters July 17.

Watch more new videos from Prodigy & The Alchemist and Slum Village after the jump…

Boy, that escalated quickly,” is one way to sum up Prodigy and The Alchemist’s new “Give ‘Em Hell” video. A typical party scene quickly turns into torture after a dude talks smack about Queensbridge’s most infamous. Find more grown man hip-hop on the duo’s Albert Einstein album, out now.

The Slum Village trio turn savages in the video to “Braveheart,” the opening cut on their new Evolution album. Available on iTunes now, the LP features appearances by Havoc, Rapper Big Pooh, DJ Jazzy Jeff and more.
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