Snoop Dogg says he wants to bring new sounds to hip-hop today — something he intends to do if he gets his wish to take control of Death Row Records.
Snoop On Hip Hops New Wave
Snoop spoke in an interview with Million Dollaz Worth Of Game and cited how Hip-Hop music today is vastly different from the past. Snoop, who had his heyday in the 90s with Death Row Records remarked about how unique the styles where then compared to now.
“Can you imagine growing up in the 70s, 80s, and 90s with music sounding the same? If you listen to Tupac’s first album, Biggie’s first album, and Snoop’s first album, ain’t no two things the same.”
Snoop Wants Death Row
During the interview, Snoop mentions that he “wants control of Death Row.” He says that “Death Row means more to me because I helped create that. I think they should give me that and let me run that shit with the merchandise out, with the music all over the world. [Add] some new West Coast acts.”
Snoop helped build and grow Death Row Records from 1992-1998 with hit records including his platinum-selling album, “Doggy Style.”
Snoop’s New “Algorithm” Gets Major Co-Sign
Snoop Dogg is prepping the release of his upcoming nineteenth studio album “Algorithm”. The album is set to drop later this month and Joyner Lucas is giving it a major co-sign.
The project is a follow-up to “From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites,“ and the album will feature a lot of big names, including Jadakiss, Busta Rhymes, and Benny The Butcher.