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Snoop Dogg's 'Snoopzilla' funk album streams online – listen

The 7 Days Of Funk project is the latest change in direction for the rapper

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Snoop Dogg is streaming his new album 'Snoopzilla', a collaboration with Dam-Funk under the name 7 Days Of Funk– scroll down to listen to it.

The rapper recently reinvented himself as a reggae artist after converting to Rastafarianism, releasing the album 'Reincarnated'. He has now put out a funk record with Dâm-Funk under the band name 7 Days Of Funk.

For the project, Snoop calls himself Snoopzilla, which sees him paying tribute to funk bassist Bootsy Collins, who referred to himself as Bootzilla. Collins features on the album alongside Daz, Kurupt, Bootsy Collins and Steve Arrington.

Speaking about the project, Snoop commented: "Me and my man Dam-Funk grew up on Kool & The Gang, Parliament Funkadelic and The Gap Band, and we wanted to recreate the funk with modern vibes for 7 Days of Funk."

Listen to 'Snoopzilla' via Rdio below:


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