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Mount Westmore Drops Teaser Video For “Fuck You” (Prod. Fredwreck & Dem Jointz)

Yesterday (October 20) the big news was Snoop DoggToo ShortE-40, and Ice Cube dropping the official Mount Westmore single and video, “Big Subwoofer”, produced by Kato On The Track.

However, flying under the radar was another Jesse Wellens and Sam Macaroni-directed video the West Coast supergroup dropped. The teaser video, “Fuck You”, which is produced by Dem Jointz and Fredwreck, is set in the same fictional outer space world as “Big Subwoofer”, the video opens with Snoop Dogg walking through a bar as an alien Jazz singer (Chris Brewer) and his band perform on stage.

As he passes through the bar, complete with a three-breasted female alien (Suzette James), Ice Cube can be seen chilling at a corner table with a group of extraterrestrials. After Snoop shoots a drunk bar patron (Lou Ferrigno, Jr.), the scene shifts to Snoop flying his spacecraft and kicking his verse off, “Made a milli off the flow/now it’s time to re-invent it/I’m the soldier, and lieutenant..”

The Dogg lands on a planet and ends up shooting a menacing villain alien Orc (Ivan Djurovic), capping off the killing by saying, “Funky Dog head bitch!”

Too Short starts his verse off, “I’m her mentor, and her therapist/a gateway to a place she would never get/no way to see it without me/if I teach her the game, I’ma charge her a fee..” before the scene closes out, and we pick up where “Big Subwoofer” begins.

Check out the Mount Westmore teaser video “Fuck You” below:

Mount Westmore Drops Teaser Video For “Fuck You” (Prod. Fredwreck & Dem Jointz)

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