Snoop Dogg Gets Funky With Quincy Jones Tribute on 'Letterman'
Snoop Dogg showed up to the "Late Show with David Letterman" looking dapper in a crisp grey suit and his custom diamond-encrusted microphone.
Video: Snoop Dogg, "Get the Funk Out Ma Face" on "Letterman"
The rapper gave the "Late Show" audience a rap and funk-fused performance of the Brothers Johnson's "Get the Funk Out Ma Face." The '70s track, which was co-written by Quincy Jones, appears on Jones' recently released tribute album, "Q: Soul Bossa Nostra." Jones himself was a guest on the show and stood by to watch Snoop performance.
Along with the performance, Snoop fans were able to rejoice yesterday (Nov. 10) over the news that the California rapper's 11th studio album, "Doggumentary Music," will be released in March 2011. Fans will also be able to check out "Doggumented" clips of the making of the album on the rapper's official website. What it do, Snoop.