There was magic made when Snoop Dogg employed the services of DJ Premier for “The One and Only.” But how did this coast to coast connection happen? Well, Snoop ended up at D&D Studios when Preemo was away for Thanksgiving and they decided to connect later for Snoop’s album. What did Bishop Don “Magic” Juan and Tyrone Davis have to do with this song? It also led to DJ Premier getting a certified Player Card.
DR. DRE, SNOOP DOGG, KENDRICK LAMAR, EMINEM, MARY J BLIGE & 50 CENT – SUPER BOWL LVI HALFTIME PERFORMANCE [VIDEO]
Some call it the greatest Super Bowl halftime performance (although Prince and Michael Jackson would like to have a word) but it’s undeniable that this was the moment Hip Hop proved that it still rules the world. If you missed it, or just want to watch it again, here it is for your viewing pleasure.
Every so often, Russ likes to remind people that he is a hip hop head and can hold his own alongside the best of them. With that comes the surprise release of his album Chomp 2 that features the likes of Jadakiss, Westside Gunn, Jay Electronica, Conway the Machine and Ghostface Killah with production coming from The Alchemist, Hi-Tek, Jake One, Mr. Porter, Hit-Boy and others. One of the standout tracks is “Free” produced by the one and only DJ Premier and features Snoop Dogg and Big K.R.I.T. Check it out and this on your favorite streaming service.
In true Kay Slay fashion, he assembles a group of emcees that you may not expect would fit on a song together. With Snoop Dogg on the hook, “The Jungle” finds Too Short, Papoose and Sheek Louch talk about life on the block.
Snoop Dogg may be Uncle Snoop these days but the rapper who terrorized the industry in the 1990s still exists. Over some wicked Nottz production, Snoop recruits Jadakiss, Benny The Butcher and Busta Rhymes to spit some “Murda Music.” From his new compilation album The Algorithm.
Snoop Dogg assists D Smoke in getting revenge for the “Gaspar Yanga” video from Smoke’s stellar Black Habits album that dropped back in February.
As Ras Kass prepares to finally drop Soul On Ice 2, the Carson emcee pays homage to the living legend LL Cool J alongside Snoop Dogg with a song of the same name.
Ghostface is just going to continue banging us over the head with music until the end of the year. From his Ghost Files remix project comes the “Saigon Velour” remix that features Snoop Dogg, E-40 and LA The Darkman.
Jay Rock has been winning all summer and as we get close to the end of the year, he refreshes the song with Snoop Dogg on the remix for “Win.”
On October 5th, Ghostface Killah will reveal The Lost Tapes, which is a collection of unheard and unreleased songs and remixes. First up is “Saigon Velour” produced by Big Ghost and featuring Snoop Dogg, E-40 and LA the Darkman.