Buddy, one of hip-hop’s true potentials due to a degree of circumstances, unearths a track from 2011. The track is “Crime of the Century” which features Snoop Dogg (pre-Snoop Lion) and is produced by Christian Rich. Despite what you may think about Buddy and his career trajectory, all we know is this track is fire. After the jump!
This is good generic candy with great flavor. Paloma Ford is a singer who is attractive. Her voice is perfunctory on this dull hook, which Snoop and IamSu! save from being a straight up winter ballad otherwise. Hip-hop saves lives and careers, people. Track after the jump.
Snoopy D-O double G gives us an official video for the laid-back “Gangstas Don’t Live That Long,” off Snoop’s That’s My Work 3 tape with DJ Drama. Produced by Mr. Porter.
The Mobb has unveiled the official tracklisting for their double-disc The Infamous Mobb Deep LP, which will include 14 unreleased tracks as well as 17 new tracks. Features include Nas, Mack Wilds, Juicy J, and Bun B, and Snoop Dogg with production from the likes of Illmind, Boi-1da, Alchemist and more. Hit the jump for the complete tracklisting.
In the latest episode of Noisey’s entertaining Back & Forth series, Pretty Flacko and Snoop D-O-double-G roll up a blunt and chop it up on a number of topics including groupies, dealing with early success, Drake, 2Pac, and more. Hit the jump for part two. Read More
Over Memorial Day weekend, Rhymesayers’ Soundset Festival returned to Canterbury Park to bring hip-hop to concertgoers in Minneapolis. The hometown favorite Atmosphere shared the headlining duties with Snoop Dogg, while Juicy J, Mac Miller, Tech N9ne, Brother Ali, Joey Bada$$, ScHoolboy Q and more also performed. Soundset also featured a car expo, a b-boy battle, and an outdoor skate park. Click through the slideshow to see photos from the entire event. All photos by Lucas Farrar / Far Fetched Future.