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Snoop Dog Unveils Bush Featuring Pharrel


Pharell (left) and Snoop Dogg

Pharel (left) and Snoop Dogg

RAPPER Snoop Dogg has unveiled the tracklist, including the collaborators for his new album Bush. The album was executive-produced by Pharrell Williams.

The 10-track album will feature some of the biggest names in hip-hop such as Rick Ross and Kendrick Lamar, as well as legends in soul and funk like Stevie Wonder and Charlie Wilson.

Snoop who made the revelation on Twitter, had earlier unveiled two tracks from the LP, the funky Peaches N Cream featuring Wilson and So Many Pros, which showed a distinctly different direction for this album from his classic hip-hop records.

In a new interview with Complex, both Snoop and Pharrell praises and spoke about their working relationship that led to the album, also revealed why there is less rapping, and more singing on the album.

“I just took the direction well from Pharrell. Whatever he felt on this project, I took it from him. Then a lot of the time, I was telling them ‘I don’t really want to rap.’ I just felt like if we were making records in the 1970s, nobody would have been rapping; they would have been following that groove line. So I just put myself in that mind state. The only reason why I rapped is because either Pharrell or his engineer would say, ‘Hey Dogg, you should put a verse on there.”

The tracklist include: California Roll feat. Stevie Wonder, This City, R U A Freak, Awake, So Many Pros, Peaches N Cream feat. Charlie Wilson, Edibles feat. T.I, I Knew That, Run Away feat. Gwen Stefani, and I’m Ya Dogg feat. Kendrick Lamar & Rick Ross

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