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Snoop Dogg Confirms Title of Pharrell-Produced Album

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Snoop Dogg attends "Snoop & Son: A Dad's Dream" Atlanta Screening at College Football Hall of Fame on Jan. 5, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Drum roll, please! Snoop Dogg's next release will be called Bush.

The Pharrell-produced album will likely drop in March, the rapper confirmed earlier this week during the Omnicom Media Group panel during the CES Expo in Las Vegas, according to Rolling Stone.

As reported by Billboard in Oct., the album will be released on Pharrell's I Am Other and Columbia Records. Stevie Wonder as well as Charlie Wilson are slated to make guest appearances. Back in Sept., the pair previewed their collaboration. Prior to Bush, Snoop and Pharrell have worked together on "Beautiful" and "Drop It Like It's Hot."

The album marks Snoop's return to his famous moniker after releasing an album, Reincarnated, under the name Snoop Lion in 2013. He last released an album under Snoop Dogg in 2011 with Doggumentary.


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