Early in August, Snoop Dogg dropped his ode to reconciliation, “Let Bygones Be Bygones.” The tune reflects on the rapper’s journey with Suge Knight and Death Row Records. In the accompanying video, released Tuesday (Sept. 3), fans get a visual down memory lane.
The track plays over archival footage including performances with Tupac, Suge’s trial, the Source Award speech and more. It also features recent clips of Snoop working on the tune in the studio.
“I love the way that good music feels,” the rapper recently told Billboard of making music after all these years. “Even if it ain’t mine, I just love how that shit feels. But when it’s mine it feels even better [laughs] because I’m able to do it. I’ve made projects before that weren’t good, but they felt good to me. And that’s all I give a fuck about.”
“Let Bygones Be Bygones” is on Snoop’s 17th album, I Wanna Thank Me. Watch the video below.