Commemorative release features two unreleased tracks “Ayye” and “Back In The Day”.
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Snoop attributes Eminem’s enduring fame and popularity to Dr. Dre.
Hip-hop heads and stoners, rejoice!
The two rappers previously released a joint mixtape, What a Time to Be Alive, back in 2015.
The music was originally written for IGOR.
With a little help from The Roots Crew.
The 19-track LP features Earl Sweatshirt, Panda Bear, Tyler the Creator, Blood Orange’s Dev Hynes, and more.
His collaboration with SZA, “All the Stars”, is among the five finalists in the categories.
The R&B star also delivered a thrilling rendition of “Who R U”.
The inaugural Raleigh, NC-based event also promises Nelly, Rich the Kid, Teyana Taylor, Saba, and EarthGang.
The Dreamville MC gets braggadocios over the beat to Nas and the Bravehearts’ “Oochie Wally”.
Producer Mike Dean confirmed the album’s release during an Instagram Live session.