Snoop Dogg is ready to get back in the studio fresh off the release of his Def Jam compilation album, Snoop Dogg Presents Algorithm. The Long Beach legend took to his Instagram with a post revealing what he has in store for 2022, and he’s linking up with another West Coast icon to get the job done.

On Tuesday (December 28), Snoop Dogg shared a video of him jamming to a new song while rolling up a blunt. The song contains a sample of The Whispers’ “Keep On Lovin’ Me” and will be featured on Snoop’s new album allegedly titled B.O.D.R, which he explained in the caption of his post.

“B. O. D. R. Jan2022,” Snoop wrote in the caption.

 

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Legendary producer DJ Battlecat took to his Instagram as well sharing the same video as Snoop, hinting that he produced the record in the clip. In his caption, Battlecat gave a bit more detail on what was going on between the two and the pair of alleged features (R&B singers October London and Nefertitti Avani) on the song.

“WHAT YOU THOUGH ITS RAINING CATS & DOGG OUT IN THIS MF WE NOT FUCCIN AROUND WITH @snoopdogg @therealoctoberlondon & @nefertittiavani BATTLECAT YOU’Z A BAD MUTHA SHUT YA MOUTH!!,” he wrote.

 

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Battlecat then shared another post regarding the sample and how he received the producers’s blessings on the record.

“SO YESTERDAY I GET A CALL FROM THE LEGENDAY LEON F SYLVERS HIMSELF ABOUT THIS BANGER CLASSIC OF HIS HE PRODUCED FOR THE WHISPER & SAID WE DID A INCREDIBLE JOB,” Battlecat wrote in the caption. “THATS GOTTA BE ONE OF MY BIGGEST COMPLIMENTS EVER IN THIS LIFE TIME THAT MEANS HE RESPECT ME AS A MUSICIAN & A PRODUCER !! @leonsylversiii CANT THANK YOU ENOUGH & @hojomusic FOR CONNECTING US !! YOU BOTH DESERVE ALL YOUR FLOWERS.”

 

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Snoop posted another snippet of his new album a few days ago featuring a collab with Tha Dogg Pound and Butch Cassidy. Apparently, it’s an old song from 2010 called “Keep On Ridin’.”

 

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“New solo snoop project. January,” Snoop wrote in that caption.

2022 is shaping up to be a big year for Snoop as he was just tapped for Big Daddy Kane’s upcoming Netflix documentary. On December 14, the Juice Crew legend shared a photo of himself posing with Snoop Dogg and Lady London.

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“Thank you @snoopdogg and @ladylondon for being a part of my Documentary. Paragraphs I Manifest. Great jewels were shared today and I truly appreciate you both,” BDK wrote.