Music mogul Snoop Dogg announced a new album featuring his West Coast peers is set to be released this month. The collaboration is already earning the supergroup “millions.”
Snoop Dogg took to Instagram to grace fans with a preview of the new album with his fellow California-based rappers Ice Cube, E-40, and Too $hort.
The video shows the music moguls performing at a recent show, sending fans into a frenzy of the unexpected, but very much needed collaboration. The short video gives a glimpse on what fans can expect on the upcoming album that is set to be released on June 7th, on Snoop’s newly acquired label, Death Row Records.
Snoop announced. “June 7th. The wait is over. BadMFs.”
The supergroup, known as Mount Westmore, was formed back in 2020 during quarantine. In a recent interview with Too $hort, the Oakland legend explained the rap veterans recorded over 50 songs, and 15-20 will be on the upcoming album.
“We released one record and the group has generated millions in income with touring and merch. We recorded over 50 songs. It’s genius.”
No additional details on the album have been released.
Snoop Dogg Launches Into Space w/ Ice Cube, E-40, & Too Short
Back in 2021, in celebration of his 50th birthday, Snoop Dogg released the music video for Big Subwoofer featuring West Coast rap icons E-40, Too $hort, and Ice Cube. The video is set in the future with Snoop and his crew on a spaceship, where they encounter all types of characters, including a 3-boobed alien bartender. It makes references to both Avatar and The Mandalorian but the actual track has a 90’s vibe that has been missing from current hip hop. No autotune, just real rap. The video has now over 20 million views on Youtube, proving fans are more than ready to see what Mount Westmore has in store.