Snoop Dogg returns to rap roots on new album
44 year-old star of a new reality television show, “Coach Snoop,” that shows his side career as a youth football coach, Snoop Dogg released a new song yesterday June 7 as well talked on his upcoming album. The veteran hip-hop singer has also returned to his rap roots and love of marijuana.
In a statement, Snnop said that the album “Coolaid,” which will come out on July 1 and will kick off his first hip-hop album in five years.
The first song of the album “Kush Ups,” is inspired by a bouncy beat and explores the delights of marijuana indicating a popular strain of South Asian origins called ‘Kush’.
Snoop Dogg and co hip-hop star, Wiz Khalifa did a collabo in the song where Khalifa bragged of the size of his joints and raps, “So much weight that now I’m doing Kush Ups.”
The duo also revealed a joint 33-date tour of North America which will commence on July 20 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
A longtime marijuana addict, Snoop Dogg debuted a video for the song on Mary Jane, a cannabis culture website he founded, and has financed a smartphone delivery service for medical marijuana in his native California.
Earlier, snoop featured in a track “Kush” with his coach, rap mogul Dr Dre meanwhile previously Wiz Khalifa seems to be his new partner.
The pair, along with pop singer Bruno Mars, in 2011 released a hit song “Young, Wild and Free” to celebrate marijuana.
Opening the gangsta rap scene of southern California, Snoop Dogg, who has sold more than 35 million albums, quickly found his calling with smoother sounds as his last album, “Bush,” took an R&B turn and featured songs with singing legends Stevie Wonder and Charlie Wilson.
In 2013, he renamed himself Snoop Lion and released a reggae album entitled “Reincarnated.”
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