Rapper Snoop Dogg is further expanding his international appeal, as he has collaborated with popular Indian rap trio RDB (Rhythm, Dhol, Bass) on the group's newest single.
The recently recorded song, which was produced by RDB, will be the title track for a movie starring renowned Bollywood star Akshay Kumar.
Snoop Dogg will also be featured in the song's video, which will be shot in March. Sources told AllHipHop.com that the rapper has said that he plans to take over Bollywood with a new dance.
The Snoop Dogg collaboration isn't the first time RDB has joined forces with American rap talent.
The group, which consists of brothers Kuly, Manj, and Surj, has worked with Yukmouth as well as dancehall artist Elephant.
Last year, RDB released a mixtape titled "Asian ROC" which featured classic hits from rap mogul Jay-Z mixed Indian-style. In related international news, Snoop Dogg recently discovered he had big fans in Prince William and Prince Harry.
The rapper offered his take on his royal listeners as he alluded to his recent ban in Britain and told the UK Metro newspaper that "the young generation supports me but the old generation doesn't understand."
"When the old guys pass away," Snoop Dogg continued, "the new guys are going to take over and pass a law that says: 'Snoop Dogg can never be banned from our country.'"