Far East Movement, Snoop Dogg Rage in ‘If I Was You (OMG)’ Video
In its three decades on this planet, hip-hop, like rock, has become a beast that has its own sub-genres. Far East Movement are a new breed of 21st century hip-hop. The kind that walks a fine line between pop and hop by melding electro-dance beats with slow-tempo freestyle. So, while hip-hop's Asian Invasion might not be what you listen to rolling down the street smoking cheeba, it's found itself a home blasting in the club. And, you know who loves a late night at the club: Snoop D.O. double G.
On 'If I Was You (OMG),' the latest single off FM's third studio album 'Free Wired,' Snoop Dogg joins his L.A. neighbors for a party where the champagne is overflowing on tables and ladies are dancing on the bar. The party doesn't stop there.
Far East Movement broke out onto the scene last year with their chart-topping hits 'Rocketeer' and 'Like a G6.' Both songs appear on 'Free Wired' and went platinum, with the latter selling more than 3.5 million copies.
Check out Snoop Dogg, Kev Nish, Prohgress, J-Splif, and DJ Virman, joined by video vixen Rosa Acosta, in the visuals for FM's third single, 'If I Was You (OMG)' below.
Watch Far East Movement's 'If I Was You (OMG)' feat. Snoop Dogg