Long Beach, California Rap superstar Snoop Dogg teased fans with the mentioned prospects of following up his 1993 multi-platinum debut, Doggystyle with an upcoming sequel. Whether or not that will happen remains to be seen, but it was announced this afternoon that the Doggystyle Records founder is plugging away at Doggumentary Music, his March, 2011 album.

The creation of Doggumentary Music will be revolutionary in its kind. Using social networking sites and streams, Snoop Dogg announced the album over four months early, as he invites fans periodically to watch the work be created. In a statement, the 213/Eastsidaz member said the following, “I have been in the game for so long and still have the same passion I did when I first started.  I want my fans to ride with me on this one and know that I am so focused on bringing good music to them.  It’s called Doggumentary Music because this is my life and I want to share my music, and my process of making it, with the fans.” Snoop refers to what he’s sharing as “doggumenting,” prompting the Priority/EMI Records release’s title.

Additionally, Snoop Dogg confirmed his Marty James-assisted first single, “New Year’s Eve” . The song will release within the holiday season, and boasts production from Get Busy Committee member Scoop Deville, who also produced 2009 Snoop hit “I Wanna Rock” .

Fans may experience the doggumentation and get more information through SnoopDogg.com.