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New Music: Snoop Dogg & Daz Dillinger – ‘We’ll Miss U’ (Uncle June Bugg Tribute)

Snoop Dogg and Uncle June Bugg

In honor of their late Uncle June Bugg, who died earlier this week after a long battle with color cancer, Snoop Dogg and his cousin Daz Dillinger celebrate his legacy on the touching tribute “We’ll Miss U.”

The West Coast MCs share fond memories of their uncle on the sentimental song, which features sound bites from June Bugg himself.

“Makin’ people smile and laugh is what you used to / Dancin’ across the stage with Daz and Kurupt, Joe Cool, Soopafly, and the homegirl Rage,” raps Snoop.

Put your lighters up for Uncle June Bugg.

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Snoop Dogg’s Uncle June Bugg Dies After Battle with Cancer

Uncle June Bugg

Snoop Dogg’s beloved uncle June Bugg passed away on Sunday morning after a long battle with colon cancer.

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New Music: Que f/ Snoop Dogg, A$AP Ferg, & Pusha T – ‘OG Bobby Johnson (Remix)’

OB Bobby Johnson (Remix)

Que breathes new life into his hit “OG Bobby Johnson” with yet another remix. The Atlanta-based rapper rounds up Snoop Lion, A$AP Ferg, and Pusha T for his street anthem, which follows the ATL remix with T.I. and Jeezy. The song will appear on Que’s upcoming EP, Who Is Que?, due in March.

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Pharrell Performs with Nelly, Diddy, Busta Rhymes, & Snoop Dogg at NBA All-Star Game

Snoop Dogg, Diddy, Pharrell, Nelly, and Busta Rhymes

Before the NBA’s greatest players hit the court, Pharrell tipped off Sunday’s All-Star Game with a 20-minute medley of his greatest hits featuring some special guests. The Grammy-winning producer provided the soundtrack to the player introductions beginning with his 2003 single “Frontin’.”

Nelly emerged to perform his Neptunes-produced hit “Hot in Herre” before Skateboard P continued with “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me).”

Diddy and Busta Rhymes helped turn up New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center with “Pass the Courvoisier, Part II.” But instead of the usual lyrics, they switched things up for 2014, chanting “Pass the Ciroc this way.”

Pharrell (sans Robin Thicke) made his way through the crowd for “Blurred Lines,” and his fellow N.E.R.D. bandmate Chad Hugo joined him on keyboard for “Rock Star.”

“Let’s take it back to the essence, Chad,” said P.

Snoop Dogg hit the stage with “Beautiful,” and the Western Conference players entered to “Drop It Like It’s Hot.”

For the closing number, Pharrell donned his famous hat in red while performing “Get Lucky” and his top 10 hit “Happy” as Diddy, Busta, Nelly, and Snoop danced onstage.

“No words for how grateful I am these legends joined me 2nite,” tweeted Pharrell.

Watch Pharrell and friends kick things off with their hit parade.

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Kid Ink Covers Snoop Dogg’s ‘Gin and Juice’

Kid Ink

The West Coast was in the house when Kid Ink visited BBC Radio 1Xtra’s “Live Lounge” during his trip to the U.K. The L.A. rapper performed his Chris Brown-assisted hit “Show Me” and paid homage to Snoop Dogg with a cover of his 1994 Doggystyle single “Gin and Juice.”

“The @1Xtra fam asked me to cover a classic song, so of course I had to do a Westside classic! Whatup Uncle @SnoopDogg,” tweeted Kid Ink.

Lay back and watch him salute the D-O-Double-G.

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Video: 7 Days of Funk – ‘I’ll Be There 4U’


Snoop Dogg aka Snoopzilla keeps it funky 24/7 in the video for “I’ll Be There 4U,” the latest release from his funk project, 7 Days of Funk.

Shot and directed by Dah Dah Baker, the video was filmed during a late-night session in Amsterdam following the 2013 MTV EMA. After being interviewed about the funk, Snoop and Dam-Funk smoke and party with lots of ladies. The video is shown through the eyes of a lingerie-clad woman, who is inspired to dress up like funk icons George Clinton and Bootsy Collins.

“We gon’ funk until we can’t funk no more,” says Snoop.

Watch him live by his words.

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New Music: French Montana f/ Lana Del Rey, Wiz Khalifa, & Snoop Dogg – ‘All for You’

Coke Boys 4

French Montana brings Lana Del Rey to the ‘hood on “All for You,” a collaboration Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg.

The song, which samples the singer’s hit “Video Games,” was originally set to appear on his debut Excuse My French, but can now be found on his mixtape Coke Boys 4, which drops on New Year’s Day.

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