Snoop Dogg to release 'Doggystyle II' album Snoop Dogg Tickets

Rapper says he's got 18 songs ready for the record

Snoop Dogg to release 'Doggystyle II' album

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Snoop Dogg is releasing a sequel album to his 1993 debut 'Doggystyle'.

The rapper, who could feature on a UK Number One this week, courtesy of a cameo on Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' album, put up a new video explaining that the album will be named 'Doggystyle II: The Doggymentury'. He has worked on it with producer Swizz Beatz.

"He [Swizz] just laced my boots up on my new record," Snoop said. "Motherfucker gave me some gangsta shit, some R&B shit, some hip-hop shit, some hard shit, some mean shit."

He added that the album will feature 18 songs, or as he put it, "18 shots to the face".

Watch Snoop talking about the album by clicking below.

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