Snoop Dogg is tackling police brutality on his new record. The Doggfather went on Instagram to preview the untitled track, which features a sample of BadBadNotGood and Kaytranda's collaboration "Lavender."

"Resident evil/It’s all on camera and they still don’t believe you/Clowning around/Don't come yo clown ass round here nigga, you gon' get down/Real talk, I'm leaving all you clown ass niggas outlined in chalk," Snoop raps in the above clip.

The second clip gives listeners a longer preview of the anti-police brutality song. Snoop Dogg sounds great over this BadBadNotGood and Kaytranda sample while addressing one of the most important topics in America today.

"My dawgs don't bark, but they get off/Fuck around and get your whole face bit off/Sinister, spit truth like a minister/So until I'm a monster/When it's nighttime, bright time/Nigga tryna creep and keep from dying in these muthafucking streets/Fuck the police/From a black man’s point of view," Snoop raps.

Snoop Dogg has a lot more in store for 2016, including his VH1 cooking show with Martha Stewart. The D-O Double G is going to cap off the year with a short tour alongside DJ Quik, Tha Dogg Pound, Warren G and Bone-Thugs-n-Harmony. Check out the dates for that tour below.

Dec. 5 - Rapid City, S.D. - Rushmore Center
Dec. 6 - Missoula, Mont. - Adams Center
Dec. 7 - Tri Cities, Wash. - Toyota Center
Dec. 8 - San Bernardino, Calif. - San Manuel Stadium
Dec. 9 - Lake Elsinore, Calif. - The Diamond
Dec. 10 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Microsoft Theater
Dec. 12 - Oakland, Calif. - Fox Theater
Dec. 13 - Loveland, Colo. - Budweiser Event Center
Dec. 14 - Casper, Wyo. - Casper Event Center
Dec. 15 - Billings, Mont. - The Shrine

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