"Right now, I got [Diddy] by a couple of notes," Snoop Dogg joked in a recent interview with MTV. "I think [Diddy] can just sing alto and tenor. But I can sing alto, tenor and soprano. I can sing any note." Snoop treats fans to his singing skills on his new single 'Sensual Seduction' and while the once-gangster rapper isn't giving up rhyming altogether, he does plan on singing more often.

"There will be a couple of more songs where I express my R&B feel," he described of his upcoming album, 'Ego Trippin'.'" It feels good and sounds good. It's no stretch."

The new project, due in March, will feature "a variety of different looks," with production by Atlanta's Shawty Red, the Neptune's Pharrell Williams and Mr. Yup Yup Teddy Riley.

Fans of the Doggfather can check him out on his E! Entertainment television reality series, 'Snoop Dogg's Father Hood.'