Snoop Dogg & Pharrell Have An Unreleased Song. Here’s a Snippet (Video)

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Sometimes unreleased music deserves to be unreleased. Following Snoop Dogg’s high-profile exodus from Death Row Records in 1998, the label released more than a few packaged albums that—while they had their moments—weren’t up to snuff with Tha Doggfather and Doggystyle.

These days, it appears that the S-N-double O-P might be too busy to leave much in the cannon, especially since he’s doing mixtapes on the reg’ and all. However, in a new video chillin’ with Tha Dogg Pound’s Kurupt, Snoop unearths an unreleased joint he made with Pharrell Williams. The song combines Snoop’s funkateering with Pharrell’s Disco wave in a way that sounds good, even in lower quality.

Heads forget, but Snoop waved the Star Trak flag hard in the mid-2000s, thanks to Skateboard P helpin’ “tha big homie” regain some crossover popularity more than once.

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