Snoop Dogg & Terrace Martin Know About Trees… Christmas Trees (Audio)

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1996’s Christmas was accented beautifully by Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound’s “Santa Clause Go Straight To The Ghetto.” The Death Row Records video, complete with a ’64 Chevrolet Impala sleigh, was a G-Funk addition to the growing Christmas Hip-Hop canon.

Seventeen years later, Snoop and his Locke High homie Terrace Martin add to the gesture, with “Christmas Soul.” The song plays into a busy, peaceful year for Snoop, who loves his family, and loves relaxation. The electric-jazzy track captures the vibe Snoop’s sprinkled all year.


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