TMZreports that the music video, which was filmed over the course of four days, cost a whopping $300,000 to produce, and $100,000 of that amount went to Snoop, who has no qualms with making features in commercials or videos. Another pretty penny went to the production.
The outlet also reported that parts of the music video were filmed at the "Who Am I" rapper's compound, while the rest was filmed at a Burbank studio.
The song also happens to be a spin-off of the original track (by War), so it doesn't come as too much of a surprise why the stars were chosen to make the cameo.
Cheech and Chong also played the initial "Low Rider" in their legendary movie "Up in Smoke."
The song also became the theme for George Lopez's self-titled sitcom series, George Lopez.
Check out a snippet of "Low Rider" below:
Klypso - Low Rider feat. Snoop Dogg, Doggface and War (Official Music Video Snippet)www.youtube.com
The complete song is set to be released on April 20.
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