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Snoop Dogg Opposes Trump With New Project 'Make America Crip Again'

Snoop Dogg, 2017
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Snoop Dogg performs at Hard Summer Music Festival - 10 Year Anniversary at Glen Helen Amphitheatre on Aug. 6, 2017 in San Bernardino, Calif. 

While Snoop Dogg has been busy palling around with Martha Stewart on their VH1 show Potluck Dinner Party, he's still a fixture the rap game. The West Coast hip-hop icon released a new eight-song project on Friday (Oct. 27) titled Make America Crip Again

The album artwork is all blue (the color associated with the Crips gang) and features "MAKE AMERICA CRIP AGAIN" written on a baseball cap -- a not-so subtle reference to President Donald Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again." Three of the songs included have already been released to the public ("M.A.C.A.," "3's Company" featuring Chris Brown and "Dis Finna Be a Breeze!"). 

Snoop, who is very active across social media, posted several times to Instagram about his new collection of music.

 

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Out now everywhere what’s ya jam --------?--?--

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You can stream Make America Crip Again below: 


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