Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg hint that they’re working together again

The rap veterans last teamed up for 'Kush' in 2010

Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg have hinted that they could be set to collaborate once again.

The rap pair have teamed up on numerous occasions over the course of their careers, most notably on 1992’s ‘Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang’, 1999’s ‘Still Dre’ and 2000’s ‘Next Episode’. They last collaborated together for Dre’s comeback single ‘Kush’ in 2010.

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Following Snoop Dogg’s recent album ‘Bush’ (released in May), the pair have now been pictured in the studio together. Snoop Dogg posted the image in question to Instagram, along with the caption: “Guess who bAcc”. See that post below.

Guess who bAcc. ✨🌟🎤🌟✨💥💥🔫💵

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It is not known whether any music will be released from the pair’s studio session. Dr Dre last released an album in 1999 in the form of the seminal ‘2001’.

Snoop Dogg’s thirteenth studio album ‘Bush’ was solely produced by Pharrell Williams. The hip-hop star recently claimed that the current generation of rappers all sound identical, saying: “I don’t know who is who when they’re doing that rap style, and I love them all. Future, Migos, Drake, I love all of them. They’re my n****s, but I don’t know who is who when the record is over… When I came out as a rapper, everyone had their own style. If you sounded like someone else, that word was called ‘biting’ – ‘You biting my style, you biting my shit’.”