Just last week, Snoop Dogg unveiled his brand new Algorithm project. The stacked 25-track project marks his first release as Def Jam’s Executive Creative and Strategic Consultant and features appearances from the likes of Mary J Blige, Ty Dolla $ign, Benny The Butcher, Jadakiss, Busta Rhymes and supergroup Mount Westmore with Ice Cube, E-40 and Too Short. Algorithm will mark Snoop’s second full-length release of the year following From tha Streets 2 tha Suites, which dropped on April 20.

Today (Nov. 26), he keeps the momentum going with his brand new music video for “Make Some Money.” The track features appearances from NYC spitters Dave East and Fabolous, and the two rap about getting paper while they show off art made by Black artists in the gallery they’re in:

I used to take the money, now I make the money/ Saw my ho with a trick and told her make her money, if it’s growing on trees, I’m tryna rake the money/ Up the heat for the cake, I’m tryna bake the money/ Back in, showtime, I get Laker money, no more square feet, I get acre money

“Make Some Money” features a vast landscape of Black cultural excellence through various mediums of artistry. Fine art paintings created by notable Black artists such as Brianne Rose Brooks, Azikiwe Mohammad, Mark Thomas Gibson, William Villalongo and Devin Troy Strother are showcased throughout the video. In celebration of the video and Black excellence, Snoop Dogg also will be launching Snoopy’s clothing online on Cyber Monday followed by his first retail store in Inglewood.

Be sure to press play on Snoop Dogg’s brand new music video for “Make Some Money” featuring Dave East, Faboloous, and a plethora of Black art down below.