Carl Thomas Returns With New Video For "Don't Kiss Me" Featuring Snoop Dogg

Former Bad Boy artist and platinum-selling singer Carl Thomas has just dropped the music video for the new single, "Don't Kiss Me," off his recently released album, Conquer.

In the video, featuring two verses from Snoop Dogg, the two gentlemen can be seen enjoying an evening in a lavish lounge while both Thomas and Snoop croon to the women they are interested in.

Thomas, who became a household name in the late 1990s and early 2000s, thanks to his affiliation and signing with Bad Boy Records, has released four albums in his 15-year career. His first album, Emotional, which included the hit record "I Wish," was certified platinum back in 1999.

He later received a Grammy nomination in 2006 alongside Gerald Levert, Chaka Khan, and Yolanda Adams, for his contribution to the song "Everyday (Family Reunion)," off the official soundtrack to Tyler Perry's hit film, Madea Family Reunion.

Thomas is now signed to Verve Music Group, a division of Universal Music, under which his latest album Conquer was released in December 2011.

Check out the Erik White-directed video for Carl Thomas' "Don't Kiss Me" featuring Snoop Dogg below: