By Adam Carlson
Updated May 30, 2013 at 04:54 PM EDT

Remember when we were all worried about Miley Cyrus? The former Disney star and pop starlet looks positively chill in the video for Snoop’s newest single, “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks,” on which she features. First line: “Tonight there’s gonna be a whole lot of smoke in the ay-air.” The cool-toned video is a parade of slow-motion shots: Birds taking flight, a leaf falling to the ground, and so many mirrored surfaces. Miley’s face cracks like a kaleidoscope while she sings “Now my buzz is gone, I need to re-up on reality” and “Is there any possibility that everyone feels like me?”

Snoop’s verses are bad, like Paper Trail-era T.I. wrapped in Jason Mraz’s feelings, while still being the best part of the song. How is he having so much fun with that beat? Why is my foot slow-tapping along? Take a look/listen below:

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