Snoop Dogg – Sexual Eruption (XXX) (18+ Only) (Music Video)

THIS IS INTENDED FOR 18+ ONLY! IF YOU ARE NOT 18+ PLEASE BROWSE TO ANOTHER VIDEO IMMEDIATELY! “Sexual Eruption” (also known by the censored version title “Sensual Seduction”), is a single from Snoop Dogg’s ninth solo album Ego Trippin’. It is produced by Shawty Redd and Snoop Dogg sings most of the song using Auto-Tune […]

THIS IS INTENDED FOR 18+ ONLY! IF YOU ARE NOT 18+ PLEASE BROWSE TO ANOTHER VIDEO IMMEDIATELY!

“Sexual Eruption” (also known by the censored version title “Sensual Seduction”), is a single from Snoop Dogg’s ninth solo album Ego Trippin’. It is produced by Shawty Redd and Snoop Dogg sings most of the song using Auto-Tune (only rapping in the final verse). The video’s style visually references the style of Roger Troutman, as part of its retro imagery. This is his first Top 10 as a solo artist since 2004’s “Drop It Like It’s Hot”.

Writing and background

Snoop Dogg originally heard the single “Drifter”, produced by Atlanta-based producer Fatboi, and was prepared to purchase the song. Snoop Dogg’s cousin – So So Def affiliate rapper-producer Daz Dillinger – began to facilitate mediations between the two artists. Dillinger, in a good connection with Shawty Redd, organized an arrangement in which Shawty agreed to send Dillinger the rights, but also offered to make an exclusive track for Snoop with a similar sound just like “Drifter”. Daz also organized an audition meeting for the two while Snoop was touring Georgia. Shawty Redd was unable to attend the meeting, but later conversed about the beat with Snoop via telephone. He sent a demo instrumental to Los Angeles, and was ultimately surprised with the changes Snoop made to the track. Originally, Redd didn’t intend to use the autotuned effect on the vocals. The tape was sent back, vocals included, and Shawty began to play it in his local club. The song was leaked in early October 2007.

Music video

The music video for “Sensual Seduction” was directed by Melina and Steven Johnson, and premiered November 28, 2007 on MTV. The video features Snoop in retro eighties outfits holding a keytar while using a talkbox, and includes direct homages to Prince’s “When Doves Cry” video. It is the second time Snoop Dogg has made a retro style video. The first was in “Doggy Dogg World”. MADtv parodied this video as “Sensible Deduction,” featuring Keegan-Michael Key as Snoop Dogg. A remixed version of the video as Wideboys Club Mix also exists, and sees Snoop Dogg singing in the Wideboys club, while the club dancers are seeing dancing in background. The models in the video are Gina Choe, Monet Stunson, Eugena Washington, and Nancy Olivares.
There is also a second music video, featuring explicit scenes of sex and graphic nudity.



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