Snoop Dogg Celebrates ‘New Year’s Eve’ Early
Snoop Dogg is bringing new meaning to the ol' "Christmas in July" saying. The Doggfather has released the new song 'New Year's Eve,' just a few days shy of Halloween. It's one for the ladies with Snoop rapping, "she got me feelin' like I don't wanna be a playa." Crooner Marty James of One Block Radius hits high notes on the chorus, pushing towards a more R&B flavored track than the pop ballads on the D.O.doubleGs' last album, 'Malice N Wonderland.'
The track is off Snoop's next album, dropping in March of 2011. This past September, a video surfaced of Snoop and Swizz Beatz in the studio, working on the sequel to 1993's monumental hip-hop album, 'Doggystyle.' "The album is 'Doggystyle 2: The Doggumentary,' Be on the lookout for it, you b----," Snoop informed. If this one's off the sequel, it's an interesting lyrical departure from the original's 'Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)' and 'Who Am I (What's My Name)?'
Snoop will appear at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, Calif. on Nov. 3 for another installment of 'Imagine That,' his variety show with Mike Epps.