Snoop Recruits Rick Ross & Kendrick Lamar on the Soulful I’m Ya Dogg (Audio)

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Snoop Dogg’s album BUSH is set to hit stores on May 12. The LP will be Snoop’s first since signing his new deal with Pharrell, and it will be produced by the hitmaker. Snoop has released several tracks from the album, many featuring Charlie Wilson, and all with a distinctly soulful feel.

The latest drop from the LP finds Snoop in fine company with Rick Ross and Kendrick Lamar. Each brings A-level bars to a laid-back groove. This marks the second time in a month Snoop and Kendrick have released material together, after Snoop appeared on “Institutionalized,” from K. Dot’s To Pimp a Butterfly LP. Check out “I’m Ya Dogg,” and head to iTunes First Play for a full stream of the album.

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