'Ashtrays and Heartbreaks' was written by another collaborator, Angela Hunte, while Snopp was recording in Jamaica after the sad news that his counsin's nephew had died.
Throughout the track the focus is remembering loved ones who have passed away and, obstensibly, smoking a ton of weed to deal with it.
The track sticks to the safe, pop-reggae that's fairly popular in the US and has given us people like Sean Kingston, and is another example of the high-profile popstar guest features, with Drake, Rita Ora and Chris Brown also featured on the album.
Speaking about the album in the past, Snoop said: "We were searching for true reggae music and the message of peace and hope it reflects.
"It's so much a part of who I am, and this record is all about paying homage and giving respect to those who created and love reggae music, and hopefully introducing it to a whole new audience.
"I feel truly honoured to make this album and respect to all who blazed the path for me."
You can't help wonder, though, how this will impact on Miley's insistence that she's not a pot-head.
Reincarnated will be available from April 23.
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