Snoop Dogg has released Coolaid early for streaming.
The 20-track LP is available on Apple Music a few days ahead of its expected July 1 release.
The project features Too $hort, Swizz Beatz, Suga Free and E-40. Jeremih appears on the “Point Seen Money Gone” single.
Stream Coolaid via Apple Music.
(This article was last updated June 20, 2016 and is as follows.)
Snoop Dogg has an all-star lineup prepared for his Coolaid album.
The tracklist has been released now that the LP is available for pre-order on iTunes. Coolaid is to be made up of 20 songs and include features from Too $hort, Swizz Beatz, Trick Trick, Suga Free, E-40, Jazze Pha and Jeremih.
Pre-order Snoop Dogg’s Coolaid at iTunes.
Snoop Dogg’s Coolaid tracklist is below:
- Ten Toes Down
- Don’t Stop (f. Too Short)
- Super Crip
- Coolaid Man
- Let Me See Em Up (f. Swizz Beatz)
- Point Seen Money Gone (f. Jeremih)
- Oh Na Na (f. Wiz Khalifa)
- My Carz
- Two or More
- Affiliated (f. Trick Trick)
- Feel About Snoop
- Light It Up (f. Swizz Beatz)
- Side Piece
- Kush Ups (f. Wiz Khalifa)
- Double Tap (f. E-40 & Jazze Pha)
- Got Those
- Let the Beat Drop (Celebrate) [f. Swizz Beatz]
- What If (f. Suga Free)
- Revolution (f. October London)
(This article was last updated June 13, 2016 and is as follows.)
Snoop Dogg has released the cover art for Coolaid, which is set to drop July 1.
The Doggfather returns to his iconic illustrations with this cover. For Coolaid, the Long Beach legend is shown selling colorful drinks to colorful customers. There are nods to Crip culture as well.
View Snoop Dogg’s Coolaid cover art below:
(This article was last updated June 3, 2016 and is as follows.)
Snoop Dogg is paying homage to a popular favorite as his new album is called Coolaid.
The Doggfather went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about the project, which is slated for a July 1 release. He explains why the album is titled with a “C” and not a “K” like the drink.
“I’m cool, you know and I’m laid back,” he says of the album title.
The Long Beach legend denies any affiliation with Beyonce’s LEMONADE album, which is also named after a drink.
Watch Snoop Dogg’s interview with Jimmy Fallon below:
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) June 3, 2016
(This article was first published May 23, 2016 and is as follows.)
Besides rebuilding his Doggy Style Records, Snoop Dogg is ready to release his next solo LP, more than 20 years after the release of the label’s namesake Doggy Style. The new album is slated to drop July 1, according to an Instagram post and Facebook live session that Snoop Dogg hosted today (May 23).
The Long Beach legend released his “Late Nights” single on 4/20.
For his new album, Snoop has been cooking with Just Blaze, who discussed the direction that they are working towards.
“Some of the stuff that I’ve been working on lately just kind of felt like an updated version of that old Death Row sound, kind of an updated G-Funk,” he says. “I just started working on these tracks and they had a lot of those similar elements, just felt like newer versions of that feeling.”
DoggyStyle and The Doggfather were both released on Death Row Records.
The Doggfather’s last output was Bush, which was released last May. This project was exclusively produced by Pharrell.
Snoop Dogg is set to embark on “The High Road Tour” with Wiz Khalifa, which starts July 20, where people can probably expect him to perform some of his new tracks.
Watch Snoop Dogg’s Facebook stream here and view his Instagram post below: