California hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg keeps building his Hollywood resume. The veteran artist’s latest addition to his IMDb page is a role in the upcoming animated film Pierre The Pigeon-Hawk, which also features will.i.am and Jennifer Hudson.
Snoop Dogg Will Voice Squirrel Character In Animated Movie
Black Eyed Peas leader will.i.am voices the title character in Pierre The Piegon-Hawk, which is in pre-production. Snoop Dogg will voice a squirrel named Scratch. The rest of the cast includes singer/actress Jennifer Hudson, legendary actress Whoopi Goldberg, “SNL” alum Kenan Thompson and ATL star Evan Ross, to name a few.
Pierre The Pigeon-Hawk movie poster
Snoop Announces New Album Plans
The D-O-G-G is personally hyping fans up for some new music. Along with locking in a Friday drop date, Snoop also revealed the new single is part of his upcoming album, From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites.
“NEW SINGLE ALERT OFF NEW ALBUM “From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites” :🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨: “Roaches In My Ashtray” new single + video dropping this Friday, April 2 • Pre-save LINK IN BIO”
Snoop Dogg + Ice Cube Link Up
In December 2020, news broke during rap veteran Too $hort‘s appearance on MC Serch‘s podcast that he linked up with L.A. and Bay area rap legends Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube for new tunes.
Los Angeles natives Snoop and Ice Cube linked up with Bay Area ballers E-40 and Too $hort earlier this year while everyone was quarantined. Short said they’ve already made 25 songs and will make their official debut next year.
Snoop Dogg Signs Exclusive Touring Deal
Snoop Dogg has signed a five-year deal with TEG MJR, the U.K.-based promotion arm of Australian entertainment giant TEG. The Doggfather’s tour begins in February 2022 and will kick off in Norway, covering locations outside of North America.
“Snoop Dogg is a hip-hop pioneer and one its greatest live performers,” comments Geoff Jones, CEO of TEG, on the new pact. “He has won an astonishing number of awards and nominations and we are thrilled to be able to bring the man and his music live to fans the world over for the next five years.” (Billboard)