Snoop Dogg “Bush” Album Review

Snoop Dogg “Bush” Album Review: Snoop Dogg, Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., has sold over 35 million albums worldwide. The OG from Long Beach California has recently embarked on a spiritual journey into a brief Snoop Lion episode releasing a rastafri album “Reincarnated” but it looks like he’s back to the rap game or is he?

Snoop Dogg – California Roll ft. Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams

The Dogg just released his 13th studio Album in May titled “Bush”. This colorful album cover accompanies a fun and funky track list, where the Uncle of rap really stretches those vocal chords. This album is all soul and mainly produced by Pharrell. Stevie Wonder and Chad Hugo added work which really took the rhythm of this album to a great place. Three singles have been released starting with “Peaches N Cream” featuring Charlie Wilson. The second single was “So Many Pros” followed by “California Roll” featuring Stevie Wonder. These are all purely chill out songs and go great with some “Bush”. Although it isn’t the Snoop that we were all hoping for, it probably makes more sense for him to making music like this at @ age 43.

“I’m Ya Dogg” featuring Kendrick Lamar & Rick Ross

Buy the album on ITUNES

1. California Roll (Ft. Stevie Wonder) 4:12
2. This City 3:33
3. R U A Freak 3:45
4. Awake 3:43
5. So Many Pros 4:06
6. Peaches N Cream (Ft. Charlie Wilson) 4:43
7. Edibles (Ft. T.I.) 3:21
8. I Knew That 3:59
9. Run Away (Ft. Gwen Stefani) 5:13
10. I’m Ya Dogg (Ft. Kendrick Lamar & Rick Ross) 4:38

Johnny V

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