Ah, the friendship America needs right now. No one would ever believed this even happened if there weren’t video footage to prove it. Thankfully, Tuesday provides, and we’ve got an entire montage of Matthew McConaughey and Snoop Dogg absolutely jammin’ out together.
These two legends became fast friends while making McConaughey’s 2019 comedy, “The Beach Bum”. And yes, they absolutely got stoned together. Clearly, this iconic friendship hasn’t slowed since, as the two got together this year for “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” and, well, no episode will ever top this.
Matthew McConaughey agrees as he’s sharing the highlights of their karaoke on his official Twitter Tuesday. First up on their groove list (after some totally sober giggling)? “On The Road Again!”
They’re 100% in it, too. Snoop is clearly feeling the track by another legendary friend of his, Willie Nelson. The two even recorded a hit song together in 2008, “My Medicine”. We’ll let you guess what it’s about.
From Willie Nelson’s classic, the duo effortlessly transition into KISS’s “Rock and Roll All Nite,” with Snoop asking Matthew “You wanna rock with me right now?”
Then there’s the coup de grâce… As the duo pulls up to a Carl’s Jr. fast food joint (or Hardee’s to us Southerners) to blow a drive-thru worker’s mind.
“Wanna sing a Snoop tune with us?” McConaughey asks. Yes, yes we do you Oscar-winning Texan.
Matthew McConaughey & Snoop Dogg Have a Full Episode of “Carpool Karaoke”
There’s plenty more where this came from, too. McConaughey‘s clips come courtesy of these two’s full episode of “Carpool Karaoke.”
An incredibly popular segment from James Corden’s “The Late Show,” “Carpool Karaoke” has become a pop culture sensation. Moreover, Corden enlisted Snoop and Matthew for an episode all their own when the one-time segment became a full-fledged series for AppleTV.
“Hop in for a ride through Los Angeles with buddies Snoop Dogg and Matthew McConaughey and don’t get too hungry when they stop at a drive-thru for some burgers,” the official description for their episode reads.
In their Season 2, Episode 14, which Apple subscribers can watch here, McConaughey even gives “Snoop the scoop” on where his signature “Alright, Alright, Alright” catchphrase came from. If that’s not enough to warrant an Apple subscription, then we don’t know what is.