Snoop Dogg and Eminem shared the stage at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show to deliver a performance for the ages. The two rappers previously had beef in the past. That has long since been squashed, and the legends of the game are now happily working together.
Snoop has been talking about a new track he has been working on with Slim Shady since last year. The title is “From Detroit to the LBC” which was originally slated for a January release on the new Mount Westmore record. That didn’t happen, but Snoop recently said the track was coming soon in a recent interview with Ebro Darden.
“You know what’s up next right? Mount Westmore album coming out in the first quarter of 2022. We’re pullin’ all the way up with videos, maybe a potential motion picture. Oh, just a sneak peek… I’ve got a duet… with the great white hope.
Our first one. You figure that out who am I talking about. Eminem. You f*cking right. That’s a monster jam… It’s so good Dr. Dre said ‘Why you ain’t give me one like that?’[The upcoming Mount Westmore Album] is a beautiful piece of organized confusion. And there is only one feature. Eminem. Do the math. We not playing.”
The new Mount Westmore album is scheduled to release on April 20, 2022. Fans have been waiting a long time to hear this collab. It doesn’t seem like the wait will be much longer.
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