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J Dilla’s Love For West Coast Rap Shines Alongside Snoop & Kokane (Audio)

Before J Dilla started working on his MCA Records debut known as The Diary, Slum Village had found great success with Fan-Tas-Tic, Vol. 2. While the LP memorably connected Jay Dee, Baatin, and T3 with the sounds of Q-Tip, D'Angelo, and DJ Jazzy Jeff, Kurupt was also a sought out... Read more

Kurupt Opens Up About Suge Knight & The Man He Killed (Video)

Of all the Death Row Records artists, Kurupt was the most prominent to be with the label for stints in the 1990s and 2000s. While the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native MC only released one solo album at the imprint (2005's Against Tha Grain), he was hugely responsible for the label's success... Read more

Snoop Dogg Signs With Pharrell, Again, For An Album Called…Bush

UPDATE: Following October 2014's news that Snoop and Pharrell were back in business together (read below), some details have emerged on the forthcoming album. To be titled Bush, is due in March, 2015. Snoop reportedly confirmed this last night (January 7) at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Some... Read more

Tha Eastsidaz Welcome Tray Deee Home With The Trio’s First Single In Years (Video)

Back in the 1990s, it was hard out here for a Snoop. Despite Snoop Dogg's uber-solo success in Doggystyle and Tha Doggfather, the Long Beach legend had trouble building a group. Dating back to the late '80s, Snoop's 213 crew (with Nate Dogg and Warren G) was unable to strike... Read more

Wiz Khalifa Throws A Gangsta Party With Snoop Dogg & Ty Dolla $ign On A DJ Mustard Beat (Audio)

With Blacc Hollywood, Wiz Khalifa is out to make a very specific, stylized album. Once a "Black & Yellow" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania star, Wiz has found uber-success since moving to the land of the palm trees, finding a celebrity partner in Amber Rose, and making albums with his Big Homie, Snoop... Read more

Snoop Dogg Talks Us Through His Life & Shows Us Why Peace Is The Word (Video)

From That's My Work 3, Snoop Dogg made "Gangstas Don't Live That Long." While it's not quite Snoop Lion status as far as a Reggae-inspired song, the record does extend Snoop's push for peace, which has been building for some years now. The video shows the Rolling 20s Crip from... Read more