The pair were sitting in a car in between takes of their latest film together, and Snoop was dropping quippy bars while Epps handled the beat by drumming on the dashboard.
Snoop can be seen in the video so deep in his element he doesn’t even realize someone’s filming the whole exchange. “My bad,” he said when he realizes. “Yeah, we on.”
“This is what happens in between shots of a movie with Big @snoopdogg,” Epps wrote on Instagram. “#underdogs me on the beat pump pump.”
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It’s unclear what the new movie is, but Mike and Snoop have a long history of making films together. The duo most recently joined forces on The House Next Door: Meet The Blacks 2 last June alongside Katt Williams and Lil Duval.
Snoop has been hard at work on honing his acting chops. He recently starred in the Netflix Vampire thriller Day Shift with Jamie Foxx, who stars as a hard-working, blue-collar dad that splits his time between cleaning swimming pools and hunting vampires. Snoop stars as his partner Big John Elliott.
The two co-stars appeared together on the red carpet premiere of the film back in August, and Snoop took a moment to honor Jamie with a Death Row chain.
“Yeah, I got something for the Foxx man you know for looking out for me, for speaking up for me, for putting me in this motion picture,” Snoop told Entertainment Tonight. “I wanted to gift him with something special.”
Despite his busy schedule filming, Snoop has still somehow found plenty of time to drop new music. The West Coast legend most recently dropped off three NFT-oriented projects including Metaverse: The NFT Drop Vol. 2, which featured appearances from Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Warren G and the late Nate Dogg.
Prior to that, Snoop Dogg dropped off A Death Row Summer, which was the second Death Row release of 2022 following his aptly-titled Bacc On Death Row. Not to mention, Snoop’s been seen in the studio with Dr. Dre numerous times since the pair delivered their Super Bowl LVI Halftime performance alongside Eminem, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar in February.
DJ Drama also revealed on Monday (September 26) that his next Gangsta Grillz tape will be with Snoop Dogg. Drama confirmed to HipHopDX that their joint project would be titled I Still Got It. The tape is set to drop on October 20.
As for Mike Epps, the comedian and his wife Kyra Epps just had a show of theirs greenlit by HDTV on Wednesday (September 28). The three-episode mini-series called “Buying Back The Block” will showcase the couple’s efforts to fix up buildings in Mike’s hometown of Indianapolis.