New video from Snoop’s That’s My Work Vol 4 mixtape, available now.
Jimmy Kimmel finally stops by Snoop Dogg’s GGN. A long time supporter of the show, Kimmel has shown clips of GGN on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The two talk show hosts talk about his career, candy bars, smoking weed in the White House and much much more.
Another one from August 19th’s Blacc Hollywood. Mustard on the beat, hoe. Get More: Wiz Khalifa,Wiz Khalifa videos
Daz and Kurupt spit some bars over the nation’s two most popular club/radio bangers of the moment, with some help from Snoop and Soopafly. How’s that for loyalty?
Snoop Dogg and DJ Drama deliver the fourth mixtape, Thats My work 4. Production comes from Fredwreck, Scoop Deville, Battlecat, Goldie Loc, 1500 Or Nothin, and KJ. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Title track from Souls Of Mischief’s upcoming Adrian Younge helmed LP, There Is Only Now.
Earlier this month, it was announced that prolific Oakland hip-hop group Souls of Mischief joined forces with multi-instrumentalist producer Adrian Younge for a collaborative concept album, There Is Only Now, which will be releasing via Adrian’s newly launched label, Linear Labs, on August 26. Premiering this week, the first single and title song, “There Is [cont.]
Actor / champion of stoners, Seth Rogen joins Snoop’s GGN to talk about his current and upcoming projects. He also shows how to roll the perfect cross joint while Snoop reveals the origin of The Chronic.
The latest from “Gangnam Style” creator, Psy, with help from Calvin Broadus. Food for thought: His last single, “Gentleman”, *only* got 700 million plays on youtube. The record label likely sees this as a failure, next to Gangnam’s 2 billion.
Snoop Dogg helps out Jason Derulo on his follow-up single to “Talk Dirty”. We hear there’s a TWRK remix coming.
Snoop Dogg talks with Too $hort about longevity, his early career, and his upcoming twentieth LP.
Check out the first single from Terrace Martin’s forthcoming release, 3ChordFold Pulse, on iTunes on May 20.
Daz previews two more cuts from tomorrow’s (4/22) Weed Money mixtape. Sounds dope.
Snoop and Daz pay tribute to late father-figure Uncle June Bugg in this touching tribute video and song.
Quite easily the best cut from Trae’s 2013 mixtape release, I Am King.
Latest video from That’s My Work Vol. 3, Hosted by DJ Drama. Dah Dah in the director’s seat.
Also featuring Da YoungFellaz and Norway’s Ciscoe, Big Ice and Nicki Noelle, but we ran out of space. The track is available on Beatport now.
Second video from That’s My Work Vol. 3, Hosted by DJ Drama. Produced by Mr. Porter. Directed by Dah Dah. )
First video from That’s My Work Vol. 3, hosted by DJ Drama, available now.
Que milks “OG Bobby Johnson” for another star-studded remix. Off Que’s forthcoming EP, Who Is Que? dropping in March.
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