Rapper will also release first single from album 'Peaches N Cream'
Snoop Dogg has announced that he will be releasing his new album ‘Bush’ in mid-March.
The US rapper revealed details of the record during a media panel in Las Vegas yesterday (January 7). The project, which will be produced in its entirety by Pharrell Williams via his i am OTHER label and Columbia Records, will feature contributions from Stevie Wonder and Charlie Wilson – who collaborated with Kanye West on ‘Yeezus’ – with ‘Peaches N Cream’ set to be the LP’s lead single.
“It’s a great record me and Pharrell did from top to bottom. It feels good and I’m happy to be back in the studio working with one of my favourite producers and homeboys,’ Snoop Dogg told MTV last year. “It’s different – it’s completely different than anything we’ve ever done. It feels good, sounds good, looks good.”
Pharrell, who has previously worked with Snoop on hits ‘Beautiful’ and ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’, added: “Snoop’s album is better than mine. You’re gonna bug out from the approach and what we did”.
‘Bush’ will be Snoop Dogg’s 13th studio album and his first since 2013’s ‘7 Days Of Funk’, a collaboration with Dam-Funk which was released under Snoop’s alias Snoopzilla.
Snoop Dogg made headlines in November after threatening Iggy Azalea over an online feud, but has since apologised for his role in the argument.