At Rap Game, Inc., Snoop Dogg is the CEO and the company receptionist offers you coffee or tea, weed and head during your interview.

Or, at least, that’s how Lil Dicky’s “Professional Rapper” video imagines it. In the video for his EP’s title track, Lil Dicky and Snoop Dogg have a witty, lyrical job interview that serves as a sort of meta commentary for the younger rapper’s career.

Lil Dicky’s album comes two years after his debut mixtape, “So Hard.” The rapper launched a Kickstarter for this second phase of his career, raising more than $113,000 in one month.