After making threats against Kanye West and dropping a diss track, Daz Dillinger has returned with a new video "No One Duz It Better."

The video pays homage to Nate Dogg, who died in 2011 due to complications from numerous strokes. The track is from his album, Dazamataz which dropped back in February, and is an upbeat to California life and Daz's legacy with Tha Dogg Pound.

Snoop, Kurupt and Nate Dogg make numerous appearances in the video via old video clips as Daz reminisces on the good times shared with the crew.

As aforementioned, Daz has been making the rounds after he told the crips to beat Kanye down on sight, prompted by Kanye's professed his love for Trump and appearance on TMZ where he said that slavery was a choice. On "True to the Game (Part 2), Daz addresses his issues with Kanye, which is a slight reworking of Ice Cube’s iconic 1991 track, “True to the Game." The song also includes soundbites from President Trump’s speech praising ‘Ye and TMZ’s Van Lathan who slammed West for his remarks on TMZ Live.

 As for Daz's latest release, you can check out the video above.