Tío Snoop Dogg is back at it again, collaborating with yet another big Latine act. The rap icon appears in Bad Bunny’s surprise music video for “Hoy Cobré” that was released today (Dec. 11).
“Hoy Cobré” is one of the songs featured on Bad Bunny’s latest album El Último Tour Del Mundo. On the Latin trap banger, the Puerto Rican superstar flexes his luxurious lifestyle while calling himself a legend. The lyric “Number one / Billboard sent the report” is timely with Benito’s album becoming the first all-Spanish release to top the Billboard 200 chart this week.
In the music video for “Hoy Cobré,” Bad Bunny takes a joyride on top of the truck from the “Dákiti” music video and the El Último Tour Del Mundo album cover. He gets dropped off at a high-end store. While trying to smoke inside the establishment, one of the workers stops him. The big boss Snoop Dogg then emerges and chastises the worker. “How you gonna act funny with the big, bad bunny?” he says. The worker is fired, and with a fist bump, Snoop apologizes to Bad Bunny, referring to him by his government name.
It’s been a busy past few weeks for Snoop Dogg within the Latine world. Last month, he teamed up with Mexican rapper Alemán for the collaboration “Mi Tío Snoop.” A week later, Snoop allied with the corridos tumbados stars Natanael Cano and Ovi in their music video for “Feeling Good.” Last night, he regrouped with Banda MS for the remix of their hit “Que Maldición” also featuring Becky G.