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Snoop Dogg And Dr Dre Set to Release ‘Missionary’ Album In July

  • The album is expected to be released in July 2024.
  • Dr. Dre confirmed that the album is nearly complete and that he will begin mixing it in mid-April 2024.
  • Snoop Dogg first teased the album in February 2024, stating that he had been working on it with Dr. Dre for eight months and that a single would be released soon.

Newsypeople- Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre have a storied relationship that dates back over three decades, beginning with their collaboration on the single “Deep Cover” in 1992.

This collaboration marked the launch of Snoop’s career and led to the production of his debut album, “Doggystyle,” by Dr. Dre in 1993.

Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre Set to Release 'Missionary' Album In July
Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre Set to Release ‘Missionary’ Album In July

Their partnership has been pivotal in shaping the course of both their careers and the broader hip-hop genre, with Snoop Dogg describing Dre as a mentor who saw his potential as a “diamond in the rough” 12.

Their friendship and professional relationship have endured through various changes in the music industry, including shifts in record labels and personal ventures.

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Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre Set to Release ‘Missionary’ Album In July

Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are finally dropping their long-anticipated and highly expected album, “Missionary,” in July 2024. The project has been many years in the making; the duo first teased its existence in 2022.

The record is due for a joint release between Death Row Records, Aftermath Entertainment, and Interscope Records. More recently, the two said on that album that they had it all wrapped up.

Dre was putting in that they were “almost done” on the project during a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in April 2024.

Snoop Dogg And Dr Dre

Snoop Dogg added that the album is a spiritual follow-up to his 1993 debut album, Doggystyle, on which Dr. Dre served as the executive producer. Snoop Dogg said, “85 times,” and described the process of recording an album that took over two years.

The material, although late, was, to Snoop Dogg’s ears, “masterful,” and he glorified Dr. Dre for using his voice “like an instrument.” The album is supposed to have numerous of Dr. Dre’s contributions on various tracks, and word on the streets has it that he has confirmed 50 Cent for a verse on the album.

Eminem, too, is preparing for a new record with Dr. Dre, set to be released in 2024. Generally, “Missionary” is a record that many followers of both Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are waiting for. It’s bound to become a significant event within the world of hip-hop.

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Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre have worked together in the music business for over thirty years. It all began through Warren G, also hailing from Long Beach.

That particular night, though, Snoop, who was twenty-one years old, nearly screwed everything up when he slammed the receiver down on the caller, believing it to be a prank from Dr. Dre.

He didn’t give up, and the former called back and brought Snoop to his studio. They collaborated to produce Snoop’s debut album, “Doggystyle,” in 1993, which became a massive hit throughout the world and had a hit single, “Who Am I (What’s My Name).” They collaborated on Dr. Dre’s third solo album and produced two hit songs, “One Shot, One Kill” and “Satisfaction” featuring Snoop.

Snoop also provided additional vocals to “Issues,” a track with Cube, Anderson Paak, and Dem Jointz. In 1999, Snoop released No Limit Top Dogg, including three Dre productions and marking a momentary reconciliation after estrangement.

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They would join forces again in 2001 for the DJ Pooh-directed film The Wash and again took the show on the road for the Up In Smoke Tour along with Eminem, Ice Cube, Warren G, and many more.

The Chronic was followed by Dr. Dre’s 2001, which included two lead singles with Snoop Dogg: “The Next Episode” and “Still D.R.E.” The album enjoyed gargantuan success in the commercial domain and set up Dr. Dre to produce Snoop’s R&G: Rhythm & Gangsta: The Masterpiece in 2004. After a long hibernation, Dr. Dre returned to his old boy for “Kush” with Snoop, released in 2010.

Snoop himself is on record stating how successful he’s become thanks to Dr. Dre, and his help in developing his talent insinuates that he would have never gotten to this level of his career without the help of the producer.

Throughout the careers of both Snoop and Dr. Dre, they have created the landscape for hip-hop with their work and togetherness, thus contributing the bulk in popularity for the emergence of the above genre. Some other high-profile projects they have undertaken include performing at Coachella and re-animating Tupac Shakur as a hologram.

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