Just Blaze Tells Snoop Dogg His Desert Island, Top 3 Albums…All Are Rap (Video)

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Snoop Dogg’s latest segment of GGN features producer/DJ Just Blaze. The same week he graciously offered up a plethora of his coveted 2000s drum sounds and samples, the veteran is out in the land of the sunshine. While Just only worked on Snoop’s Paid The Cost To Be The Bo$$ album (the Jay Z-assisted “Lollipop”), the pair have worked together a bunch, on others’ LPs. Reconnecting in Snoop’s studio, the guys discuss the devout love of Japanese Hip-Hop fans, Just Blaze’s morning crankiness, and why the Jordan III is such a special sneaker.

Just Blaze hints at some possible film score work coming up, and explains how his North New Jersey upbringing has aided his transition into EDM.

For the man who’s produced hits for Jay, Game, and T.I., here are his three “Desert Island” albums. He worked on none of them, and Snoop did not even specify that they had to be Hip-Hop:

Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) by Wu-Tang Clan

The Main Ingredient by Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth

Marcberg  by Roc Marciano

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