American rapper, Snoop Dogg has announced his new album named “Missionary,” which is produced by Dr. Dre.
The album, ‘Missionary‘ will release in November, He told Stephen A. Smith on the new podcast K[no]w Mercy. They discussed Snoop’s longstanding friendship (“We’ve bonded over the years and we’ve been a part of each other’s life,” he explained) and working relationship with Dr. Dre.
“You’re the first one to hear this,” Snoop told Smith during the episode that aired Friday. “Me and Dr. Dre have been working on an album for the past two months.
“And it will be done in November, and it’s produced by Dr. Dre,” the rapper continued. “It’s our 30th anniversary to Doggystyle. And the name of the album is Missionary.” Snoop said the album will be released via Death Row/Aftermath.
With Snoop’s typical humor, when Smith asked about why he chose the new name, Snoop quipped: “The first album was Doggystyle,” pausing for effect, which elicited laughter in the studio.
Snoop Dogg Reveals New Album ‘Missionary’ Produced By Dr. Dre