Famed skateboarder Doggface is now scaling the heights of fame in another area of entertainment. The social media personality, who has also garnered popularity on Instagram and TikTok, is ready to climb the music charts as he makes his rapping debut alongside Snoop Dogg.
Doggface, whose real name is Nathan Apodaca, first rose to fame when the video of him skateboarding to the classic Fleetwood Mac song, ‘Dreams,’ went viral on Instagram in 2020.
The entertainer is next set to appear with Snoop Dogg in the music video for the new track ‘Low Rider,’ which also features Klypso and War. The star-studded video also features cameos by George Lopez, Cheech and Chong, Princess Love and Dr. Miami.
The performers were chosen to appear in the video after Cheech and Chong, played the original “Low Rider” in the iconic movie, ‘Up in Smoke.’ The tune is also the theme song for Lopez’s 2000s self-titled sitcom, ‘George Lopez.’
The ‘Low Rider’ music video reportedly cost around $300,000 to produce. Snoop Dogg was paid nearly $100,000, and another large portion of the budget went into the video’s production.
‘Low Rider’s music video was filmed over four days. It was partially shot at the Grammy Award-nominated rapper’s compound, and the rest was filmed at a Burbank studio.
The video for the new song, which is a spin-off of the original track by War, is set to debut on April 20.