Stevie Wonder has been recording a lot of collaborations lately, and it’s gotten to the point where (not joking here) Jason Derulo just put him on a song with Keith Urban. But if anyone can recognize the honor and power of a Stevie Wonder guest appearance, it’s the old soul-head duo of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell. Wonder shows up on “California Roll,” a track from Snoop’s new Pharrell-produced album Bush, and now he’s in the video, too. In the pretty great clip, a ’40s movie theater gets taken on a vision of the afro-futurist days to come, complete with flying coupes and robotic pyramids. It’s a sunshiny blast of absurdity, and you can watch it below.