Snoop Dogg On Mt. Westmore, Making Classics With Dr. Dre, & Hip-Hop's Best Business Minds

Snoop Dogg is a man of many talents, who continues to innovate through his music and entrepreneurial endeavors. In honor of his recent partnership with BIC, which found him and Martha Stewart coming together for the new EZ Reach lighter, we had a chance to hit Snoop with a few questions about his latest business move, reuniting with Dr. Dre for No Limit Topp Dogg Tha Last Meal, and the work he’s been actively doing to bring Mt. Westmore’s debut album to life. 

“You bring the legends of the West Coast together, something great will always happen,” explains Snoop Dogg, hard at work on the upcoming Mt. Westmore project. “Cube, 40, Short, and I have been running the game for years. This is the perfect time because each of us brings authentic and new ideas to the table. All four together? That’s magic.” It’s no wonder that he’d be quick to hook his groupmates up with the BIC EZ Reach, were he only to have a few on deck. “And I always got a couple on deck for Wiz [Khalifa],” he adds.

Having only recently dropped off his eighteenth studio album From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suitesand with Mt. Westmore’s debut on the horizon, it’s clear that Snoop is poised for another prolific year on the musical front. Yet given his vast discography ranging across several decades and musical dynasties, it felt appropriate to look back on a few of Snoop’s beloved albums — No Limit Top Dogg and Tha Last Meal, released in 1999 and 2000 respectively. 

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Evidently, those productions marked a key reunion with Dr. Dre following a collaborative post-Death Row hiatus. “Dre and I are family,” reflects Snoop. “It was great getting back with him. Whenever we are together, we do it big. I was going through a lot during my life at the time and we ended up making some real classics.” Classics including the…

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