Snoop Dogg Discusses Boss Talk With His New Single “CEO”

Legendary Long Beach, Calif. artist Snoop Dogg prepares campaigning the second quarter of 2021 with his new single “C.E.O”. The West Coast veteran gets active with a Rick Rock-produced track that shows that timeless music is always about the fight in the Dogg.

“I’m back like I never left/In this muthafucka spitting rhymes ’til my last breath/Snoop Dogg in the building, yes, y’all/Line ’em up, barber shop, fade em all/Watching the game from the halls of fame/I’m balling, mayne, I boss up back in this thang/Believe me, bro, you wanna stick around and see the show/See me go, Snoop Dogg, C.E.O/”

“I’ve been a boss and entrepreneur in this game for decades and I keep on building my empire,” Snoop told Rolling Stone. “My new single, ‘C.E.O.’ talks about the work and hustle I put in to be the boss. With moves like launching my own liquor brand, INDOGGO, and with weed brands, shows, and more, I stay on my grind.”

Snoop also rescheduled his UK and Ireland tour for a third time to 2022. The ‘I Wanna Thank Me Tour’ will kick off next March in Glasgow before heading to London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Belfast, and Dublin. All original tickets for the gigs remain valid, according to NRE.

Snoop Dogg’s latest studio LP — I Wanna Thank Me, his seventeenth — was released in 2019 featuring Slick Rick, Swizz Beatz, Wiz Khalifa, and more. This year, he’s currently  finalizing his upcoming album reportedly titled Take It From a G.

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