Snoop Dogg is dropping it like it’s hot when it comes to his music. The rapper has dropped a series of new tracks. And there’s one parody song that’s blowing up the internet.
Let’s talk about the Dogg’s latest track with Fetty Wap. The “Trap Queen” rapper released three new tracks of his own, including one with Snoop Dogg. Although Wap released his debut album, he hasn’t released any new music lately.
Thankfully for his fans, the Jersey-born artist released “Queen of The Zoo,” “My Environment,” and “Westside” featuring Snoop Dogg all on Tuesday, April 19. Since all three tracks have since been taken down from free streaming sites and on YouTube, they’re a little hard to find. Check out Fetty Wap and Snoop Dogg’s “Westside” here while the link is still available.
— Missinfo (@Missinfo) April 20, 2016
Snoop Dogg released some new tracks, just in time for 4/20. The marijuana connoisseur has just released the new track, “Late Nights,” to help celebrate the unofficial weed smoking holiday, of course.
The track comes with cover art with the phrase “Return to Doggystyle” featured across it. The hot new track is produced by Mike Will Made It, and takes you back to Snoop’s signature gangster style. It’s a chill track that’s ideal to listen to while relaxing this very day. It has plenty of profanity-laced lyrics, as the rapper recalls the late nights he spent with various women.
“Gone like a motherf***er, really not trippin’ man/ I’m f***in’ with these h**s and I’m getting all these b****es man,” he’s heard rapping.
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) April 19, 2016
The O.G. rapper also posted some new songs from Marcosus, Uncle Chucc, and Yung Zeke to mark the return of Doggystyle Records. Dogg is currently working on his 14th studio album scheduled for release in July, which his fans are looking forward to. Of course, the rapper is always on tour during the spring and summer months, according to the BoomBox.
Check out Snoop Dogg’s new track below while it’s still available.
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) April 20, 2016
The rapper is also part of a strange and incredible new mashup with The Muppets. Yes, those Muppets. Keep in mind, this song is not for the kiddies, since it has graphic language.
This Snoop and the Muppets mashup made an appearance on YouTube, which was created by mashup maestro Mylo the Cat. The video is a parody of Dogg’s classic song “Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)” as Rowlf plays Snoop Dog, while Fozzie the Bear takes over for Dr. Dre’s lines.
The inspiration for this recent mashup was Snoop Dogg himself, according to the mix master. Snoop loved his Bert and Ernie mashup of Warren G and Nate Dogg’s 1994 hit song, “Regulate.”
“I’ve been planning on doing a Snoop song for over a year, so when I saw that the Doggfather himself posted my Regulated mashup on Facebook, I freaked out for an hour, and then I got to work.”
Check out the so NSFW video below.
Of course, Snoop Dogg will be performing in the Denver area again for this year’s April 20 marijuana holiday, according to the Denver Post. He will join other unnamed artists on stage for the third annual Merry Jane Wellness Retreat and annual weed smoke-out. The Colorado of Department of Transportation will have a “slow speed chase” in two of Denver’s locations to create awareness to the laws and penalties involved while driving under the influence of weed.
In total Snoop Dogg style, the rapper took to social media to exclaim his excitement for the holiday. But when you’re Snoop Dogg, every day is 4/20.
What are your thoughts on Snoop Dogg’s new songs? Are you looking forward to his highly-anticipated new album? Sound off below in the comments section.
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