Snoop Dogg Climbs the Empire State Building to Make ‘Murder Music’ With Busta Rhymes in Official Video

Stern Show guests' new effort also features assists from rappers Jadakiss and Benny the Butcher

November 11, 2021

West meets East in the music video for “Murder Music,” a new single from hip-hop legend and repeat Stern Show guest Snoop Dogg.

The iconic California rapper travels to a computer-generated New York in the clip and climbs atop the Empire State Building while featured artists and New York natives Jadakiss, Benny the Butcher, and Busta Rhymes lend their lyrical talents.

“Murder Music” hails from Snoop’s forthcoming Def Jam project “The Algorithm,” arriving later this month. It’s shaping up to be a busy fall for Snoop, who also appeared alongside Too Short, E-40, and Ice Cube in last month’s debut video from their rap supergroup Mount Westmore.

Snoop has joined the Stern Show on several memorable occasions over the years, opening up about everything from his illustrious music career to what it was like to spend some time in jail. During his 2019 sit-down, the well-known marijuana enthusiast made headlines after revealing he kept a full-time blunt roller in his employ. Check out a clip from his conversation with Howard (below).

Snoop Dogg’s “The Algorithm” drops Nov. 12.

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