Snoop Dogg greeted by bagpipes playing his song as he lands in Scotland

The US star is set to perform in Glasgow

Watch: Snoop Dogg gets serenaded by bagpipes as he arrives in Glasgow

Snoop Dogg showed off his moves when he touched down in Scotland to the sound of bagpipes playing one of his hit songs.

The US rapper, 51, is in Glasgow to perform at the city's Hydro arena.

And as he stepped off the plane he was greeted by piper Ross Ainslie playing his and Dr Dre's 90s hit Still D.R.E on the bagpipes.

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Snoop looked chuffed as he realised his song was being played, and started to dance on the tarmac.

US rapper Snoop Dogg performs on stage of the Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland, on Monday, March 19, 2007. (KEYSTONE/Steffen Schmidt)
Snoop Dogg is performing in Glasgow. (KEYSTONE)

As Ainslie wrapped up, the hitmaker gave him a lengthy thumbs up to show his appreciation for the performance.

The bagpiper later told Glasgow Live that it had been a "very cool experience".

"I only had a day to suss out some music but Still D.R.E is a great pipe tune!" he added.

"Who knew?"

Snoop shared a video of the moment on his Instagram account and fans loved it, littering the comments section with flaming hot emojis

Snoop Dogg performs on stage during The High Road Tour on Friday, July 29, 2016, in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP)
Snoop Dogg danced on the tarmac. (Invision/AP)

"Now this is what I call a welcome!" one person wrote.

Another chimed in: "Even kings don't get the piper treatment on arrival."

"You fit in literally anywhere in the planet," said another admirer.

One fan suggested: "You should invite him to the concert. He should open the show."

"First time I’ve ever liked the sound of a bagpipe!" said another.

Manchester, UK. 15th March 2023. Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. professionally known as Snoop Dogg performs at AO Arena,  Manchester. 2023-03-15. Credit:  Gary Mather/Alamy Live News
Snoop Dogg shared a clip of the moment on Instagram. (Alamy Live News)

New Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa was among those to comment, posting: "No. Way!"

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And singer Rita Ora said it was "iconic".

Snoop and Dr Dre released the track in 1999 and it reached number six in the UK.