Mount Westmore have introduced a brand new album known as ‘Snoop, Dice, 40, $hort’.
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To construct pleasure the group have shared a teaser of the album’s upcoming single ‘Too Massive’ that includes rapper P-Lo, which you’ll be able to watch additional under.
Mount Westmore have been anticipated to drop their debut album in 2021 after a number of hints. Nevertheless, the group as a substitute shared their debut assortment of recordings ‘Unhealthy MFs‘ as an NFT in June of this 12 months by way of the blockchain platform Gala Music.
‘Snoop, Dice, 40, $hort’ is a 16-track album that will probably be obtainable throughout all digital platforms.
So far, Mount Westmore have shared the singles ‘Massive Subwoofer‘ and ‘Unhealthy MF’s’, the latter of which arrived as a music video in March.
Watch Mount Westmore’s teaser for ‘Too Massive’ under.
In an interview with HotNewHipHop final 12 months, Snoop mentioned of the mission: “You carry the legends of the West Coast collectively, one thing nice will at all times occur.
“Dice, 40, Brief, and I’ve been operating the sport for years. That is the proper time as a result of every of us brings genuine and new concepts to the desk. All 4 collectively? That’s magic.”
Too $hort beforehand revealed that Mount Westmore had “recorded someplace within the neighbourhood of fifty songs”.
“On the age we’re at is an efficient time to do a factor like this and type of prolong your profession a bit otherwise,” he mentioned. “The minute we be part of forces, we get a handful of recent enterprise alternatives that none of us would’ve had.”
In a dialog with Stephen A. Smith on the Ok[no]w Mercy podcast, Snoop confirmed the title of the forthcoming mission, which sees Dre deal with manufacturing duties.
He mentioned: “Me and Dr. Dre have been engaged on an album for the previous two months.”
The rapper additionally revealed that the album can be launched in November (although an actual date was not given) by way of Loss of life Row/Aftermath.
The pair’s work on ‘Missionary’ marks their first time collaborating in 29 years. They first linked up for Snoop Dogg’s 1993 debut ‘Doggystyle’, which Dre produced. November additionally marks the thirtieth anniversary of that album’s launch.