Snoop Dogg is setting the bar high for his next album.
The Doggfather announced that his next cd will be a sequel to the 1993 classic 'Doggystyle', and producer Swizz Beatz is already giving him "sounds" for the project.
"I'm in the studio with Swizzle, and he just laced my boots up on my new record," Snoop said while sitting next to Swizz. "Motherf*cker gave me some gangsta sh*t, some crip sh*t, some R&B sh*t, some hip hop sh*t, some hard sh*t, some mean sh*t. And the name of the album is 'Doggystyle 2: The Doggumentary', be on the look out for it."
Snoop was holding a cd, he said contained 18 new tracks he and Swizz had just knocked out.
"Thats how we used to do it back in the day," says Swizz. "We used to be about the sound, not the single. Right now we're constructing sounds for the album."
When I think of 'Doggystyle', I remember nothing but hardcore West Coast tracks. It's going to be interesting to hear what Swizz, traditionally known for a more East Coast influenced sound has come up with.
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