Earlier this month, we reported that Snoop Dogg was recently featured on the Rolling Stone Music Now Podcast and spoke with host Brian Hiatt on the making of his biggest songs with Dr. Dre and Pharrell, learning from The D.O.C., doing next year’s Super Bowl halftime show with Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Mary J. Blige, squashing his beef with “Bitch Please II” collaborator Eminem, shares memories of 2pac and Biggie, and discusses his latest release Algorithm.
Additionally, during the interview, Snoop also revealed that he and Eminem had collaborated on a song titled “From Detroit To LBC”, and that it will appear on the Mount Westmore supergroup album in January 2022. “There is a Snoop Dogg and Eminem song on my Westmore album. It is called ‘From Detroit to the LBC’,” the Long Beach icon reveals. “That’s my Mount Westmore album that is coming out in January and Eminem and Snoop single is featured on there. And that motherfucker slapped. That s**t is huh… It was very challenging for me. Eminem really f**king shot at me. He shot his shot and as a rapper that’s what you want when you get a feature, to have to work you f**king a** off. He is going that hard because he knows I’m going to match him on the same level and that’s what it is when you make records with people that you love. It’s competitive but for the right reason. To bring the best out of each other.”
Check out the Rolling Stone Music Now interview with Snoop Dogg below: