Snoop Dogg is set to perform with Eminem, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige at what should be one of the biggest Super Bowl halftime shows of all time. Snoop also recently said that he’s got an upcoming collaboration with Shady. Now, he’s revealed the title of the track and told friends when they can expect it.

Snoop says the collaboration is called “From Detroit to the LBC” and it will appear on supergroup Mount Westmore’s new album, due in January. He says the song is really good, and he’s excited for fans to hear it. He said Eminem’s skill pushed him to work even harder.

“There is a Snoop Dogg and Eminem song on my Westmore album. What is it called? “From Detroit to the LBC”. [That’s the] Mount Westmore album that is coming out in January, and an Eminem and Snoop single is featured on there.

And that motherf*cker slapped. That sh*t is, woo! It was very challenging for me, to say the least. Eminem really f*cking shot at me, he shot his shot. And as a rapper, that’s what you want. You want, when you get a feature, to have to work your f*cking ass off. You want someone to come to a playing field, putting on points and never leaving the practice to where you gotta rethink your sh*t and say, ‘Damn, this is what he thinks of me.


This is why he’s going that hard. Because he knows I’m going to match him on the same level.’ And that’s what it is when you’re making records with people that you love and family. It’s competitive for the right reason. To bring the best out of each other.”

Snoop’s epic Super Bowl performance might just feature the song. Maybe the group of superstars have some surprises planned for fans. Either way, the entire rap community is looking forward to hearing the collaboration between Snoop Dogg and Eminem. You can check out Snoop’s full interview below.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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