It looks like Monster Energy drinks, Colt 45 Blast and Adidas aren't the only products Snoop Dogg is hocking these days. Now, in a recent report from ABC Radio Online, the Long Beach emcee is now the new spokesperson for Hot Pockets.
Snoop is featured in a three minute long faux-music video that parodies his 2004 single "Drop It Like It's Hot," retitled "Pocket Like It's Hot." The video also features YouTube personality DeStorm Power, Andy Milonakis and WWE wrestler Brodus Clay.
"Hot Pockets are irresistibly hot and I thought this was a great digital campaign," Snoop said in a statement. "Hot Pockets have always been a favorite in my house, so this project was something that I felt I could really get behind. Plus, we had a great time coming up with the remix.”
As previously mentioned, the ad lampoon's Snoop's Pharrell-produced single, complete with verses from both DeStorm and Snoop. Check out the full video below.