Snoop Dogg and DJ Drama will reunite for another Gangsta Grillz mixtape project, That’s My Work 2, a follow-up to the original that dropped in December of last year. The new release is set to drop October 28th via DatPiff. Check out the cover art below.
Here is the cover art for 7 Days of Funk, drawn by Lawrence Hubbard of Real Deal Comix. Real Deal is a title Hubbard started drawing in the late 80’s when Los Angeles was in the wake of the L.A. Riots. Real Deal was the only Black, independently self-published and distributed magazine of the time, [cont.]
Snoop and Dam-Funk perform two tracks from their 7 Days Of Funk project, hitting Dec. 10th.
Redman stops by Double G News to talk with Nemo Hoes about funk in rap, the marijuana movement, Mt. Kushmore, Muddy Waters 2 and Roy Jones, Jr.
Snoop Lion has not reverted back to Dogg status yet, but instead as Snoopzilla, teaming with Stones Throw producer Dam Funk for the upcoming 7 Days Of Funk project. Check out the first single, “Faden Away”, as well as an interview with the two about the project, below.
A new reveal from DPG’s next album, entitled… wait for it… Dogg Bagg.
Snoop Dogg did an album with his pups.
In this week’s Double G News, SchoolBoy Q stops by to chop it up with Nemo Hoes about his next album Oxymoron, TDE, 50 Cent, how much gas he keeps in the whip and much, much more.
Was expecting the crowd to do the patented Arsenio Hall Show dog pound hand whoop. Second clip features Ice Cube sitting down with Arsenio speaking on trying to get N.W.A. on the original show.
From the album, West Coast Gangsta Shit.
Snoop Dogg feeds Dog For Dog food to Chelsea Handler in the Chelsea Lately Green Room.
Legendary emcee B-Real of Cypress Hill is in the building choppin game with Nemo about Cali strains, the origin of his “voice”, the Juice soundtrack, judging a potential “Smoke Olympics” with Snoop, Redman & Method Man, and so much more.
In part 1 of this one of a kind interview, Snoop helps Larry find his inner emcee, they briefly try walking in each others’ shoes, talk about jackie robinson, and medical marijuana. In part 2, Larry tells us why he loves radio, Frank Sinatra, San Francisco, trolley, low rider, Roscoes, Michael Jackson, Bay Area, and [cont.]
Snoop Lion says George Zimmerman wouldn’t be free if the prosecutors cared about getting justice for Trayvon Martin.
The opening weekend success of KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN inspired hip hop heavyweights Snoop Dogg, Erick Sermon and Method Man (with RL on vocals) to collaborate on the official “LET ME EXPLAIN” music video. “LET ME EXPLAIN….the true inspiration behind the making of this video single,” says legendary Hip Hop music producer Erick Sermon. [cont.]
Asher Roth stops by to talk about Philly, eatables, his new album, and gets Snoopified live on the show. Paula Deen meets Black Jesus courtesy of Cartooniverce. All this and more on this week’s GGN.
The LA Leakers tell us: “We connected with our brother, Cardo, to bring you a brand new project, ‘Mental $tates’. We’re dropping all exclusives for you in late August, here’s the first leak off the project featuring Uncle Snoop! Produced by Cardo, of course.”
From the album, West Coast Gangsta Sh*t.
Stones Throw artist Dam Funk explains how he came upon this rare demo version of Snoop’s classic cut, “Ain’t No Fun”, back when it was a 213 cut. Read on: Bought, personally by me in 1993, from L.A.’s Slauson Swap Meet. Later version ‘with all the bells & whistles added on it’ came months later. [cont.]
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