When you realize which “Palm Trees” are being referenced on the Flatbush Zombies song, it only makes sense that Snoop Dogg would be featured on the remix. The West Coast legend is a perfect fit, and we should take note that 4/20 is right around the corner. Light one. Stream the “Palm Trees” G-mix below.
Snoop Dogg‘s debut album released in 1993. It’s 2017 now, and he’s still dropping gems. “Promise You This” holds true to the persona we’ve come to respect. The veteran emcee makes sure that we all know what he’s capable of over funky, West Coast-influenced, Dupri of League of Starz-produced record. Stream “Promise You This” below, . . .
Snoop Dogg follows up his Coolaid album with a video for “Point Seen Money Gone,” featuring Jeremih. Snoop has always been known as a man who knows how to enjoy life, and this video shows him as relaxed as ever. Watch the video for “Point Seen Money Gone” below.
Snoop Dogg has always had one of the smoothest demeanors in hip-hop, and he continues to stand the test of time with two neww songs, “Coolaid Man” and “Legend.” Look for Snoop’s Coolaid album, which can be pre-ordered via iTunes, to release on July 1st. Stream “Coolaid Man” and “Legend” below.
Nipsey Hussle proves that he’s up on Vine culture, gets a feature from the one and only Snoop Dogg, and keeps things undeniably West Coast at the same damn time with “Question #1.” The bass. The synths. The G-funk influences. Certain elements such as these are fundamental elements of an iconic West Coast hip-hop track, and Nipsey . . .
“Looking for me? I was at the crib, doing kush ups.” You know Snoop Dogg. You know Wiz Khalifa. You know what they’re about. You know what “Kush Ups” is about, and you haven’t even listened yet. You might not know how crazy the production is on their latest collaborative release. These two hail fro . . .
This song has been on Fetty Wap‘s fan’s radars for some time now. Anticipation has been brewing ever since video of this studio session hit web. I’ll wait…@fettywap @SnoopDogg I see @LondonOnDaTrack laced it with that funk 🔥 pic.twitter.com/6jWPWABPaz — DGood (@TheDGood) March 15, 2016 On top of that, the song amongst a couple others . . .
J. Dilla‘s The Diary was originally supposed to release back in 2002, but it’s set to be released posthumously on April 15th via PayJay. “Gangsta Boogie” will be received for free by all those who pre-order the album via iTunes. Stream “Gangsta Boogie” below. The Diary Tracklist: 1. The Introduction 2. The Anthem feat. Frank . . .
We get that a lot of people love the Golden State, but we’re glad that Colonel Loud saw fit to include some residents of the Sunshine State on the remix to “California.” Colonel Loud, a North Carolina native, featured Southerners T.I., Young Dolph and Ricco Barrino on the original, but today he drops two remixes . . .
Nia Long is in this video. That’s the most important thing to me, if we’re being honest. Snoop Dogg‘s new video for “California Roll,” which features Stevie Wonder and Pharrell, features the three artists and Ms. Long in a fantasy-like movie complete with pyramids and flying cars. Watch the video for “California Roll” below.
Snoop Dogg isn’t taking it slow yet. The West Coast legend is just about ready for the release of his thirteenth studio album, BUSH. The project officially releases next Tuesday, but is available today for stream via iTunes. It’s summertime, and the project is executive produced by Pharrell. We’re not mad at that. The first . . .
We just got the song itself, about a week ago. Now, Snoop Dogg and Pharrell return with a video for “Peaches N Cream,” a summery new single featuring vocals from the one and only Charlie Wilson. Look for Snoop’s forthcoming project, BUSH, which features production by Pharrell, to release on March 12th. Watch the video . . .
Snoop Dogg releases “Peaches N Cream,” a fun new record featuring a Charlie Wilson hook and Pharrell production. Set to be featured on Snoop’s forthcoming Bush album, “Peaches N Cream” is a fun listen that I can see gaining a lot of traction as the weather continues to warm up for many of us. Bush . . .
If you’re like myself, Snoop Dogg and Pharrell‘s “Beautiful” was an instrumental part of your childhood. This record found its way onto playlist after playlist as the years went along, especially once the weather got warm. Take a trip down memory lane in a new way today, thanks to J-Louis‘s smooth remix of “Beautiful.” The . . .
So, you’re a West Coast artist looking to catch people’s eyes and expand your fanbase. What better way to turn heads than to recruit the legendary Snoop Dogg and Warren G to guest feature on your new single? That’s just what Los Angeles singer, producer and songwriter TeeFLii did with “That’s How We Livin,” and . . .