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Kendrick Lamar And Rick Ross Speak To The Ladies On Snoop Dogg's 'I'm Ya Dogg'

No fellas, please.

Snoop Dogg's new album Bush is out on May 12, but ahead of the official release iTunes is previewing the project. And, surprisingly enough, the Doggfather tapped Kendrick Lamar and Rick Ross for his pseudo-love song "I'm Ya Dogg."

While the song's title might sound like it's for the fellas, it's actually anything but that.

The sexually explicit track is definitely dedicated to the ladies and maybe that's why Snoop decided to open it by singing instead of rapping, over Charlie Wilson backing vocals.

Rick Ross handles verse one, and later Kendrick shows up with some sexual innuendo of his own, spitting, "I got...Rottweiler in tube sock/ Pitbull...lock on your neck, kiss it and you'll die/ Boxer... you take mines off then hallelujah/ Shando, count my blessings, spin around two times."

"It's a great record me and Pharrell did from top to bottom," Snoop told MTV News last year, while working on the album.

"It feels good and I'm happy to be back in the studio working with one of my favorite producers and homeboys. It's different – it's completely different than anything we've ever done. It feels good, sounds good, looks good."