Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg collab dropping out soon
There are no questions about it - Snoop Dogg is a legend. Regardless of whether he's associating with Matthew McConaughey for The Beach Bum, collaborating with Martha Stewart to prepare a few dinners, or holding it down on the mic as he has for a considerable length of time, there's apparently no stone that Snoop has ever left unturned. To such an extent that it feels as though he's essentially turning a wheel of things he presently can't seem to do and methodically checking the crates individually.
Presently, the Doggfather has uncovered a portion of his up and coming plans, which happen to incorporate another long-past due coordinated effort among himself and the unbelievable Willie Nelson, following up the arrival of "My Medicine" in 2009. "We got something turning out in two or three weeks," affirms Snoop, talking with Ebro Darden of Beats 1. "That is my older sibling, Willie Nelson. The explanation we're going to make this record is on the grounds that black and white matters at the present time. The adoration we have for one another."
"I need to get into a Verzuz battle," "The only person I think they would put me up against is LL Cool J, but I’m scared of LL so I don't want that. I don’t want no part of LL Cool J. Take my name off the ballot, I'm out!” Snoop recently wrote.
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