When you're a kid, you might dream of becoming a rapper; then, after a few decades as one of the world's most famous MCs, you probably want to become the genre's George Clinton, make an album full of bedroom bullets with Pharrell, throw Nia Long in your flying car and take her to future Cairo so you can sing with Stevie Wonder. In that sense, Snoop is just living out every little boy and girl's fantasy. "California Roll," the smoldering creep from Snoop and Pharrell's Bush, gets the video treatment, courtesy of pyramids and top doggs and 1950s-movie-theater framing devices. It's bright, lean, sensual and funny, the way 40-something Snoop is supposed to be.