Video: Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik, DJ Battlecat, DOC, 1500 or Nothin & DJ Pooh In The Studio

Recently Snoop reunited with his West coast fam in the studio to make some stuff for the highly anticipated Detox and we have very exclusive footage of the session. Check it out as Snoop, DJ Quik, Battlecat, DOC, 1500 or Nothin’ and DJ Pooh get together to make some real West coast music.

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7 Responses to “Video: Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik, DJ Battlecat, DOC, 1500 or Nothin & DJ Pooh In The Studio”

  1. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    baby boomer rap

  2. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Jeezy’s gem per bar ratio though >>>>

    Who gives a fuck about friends?
    If you mix the baking soda wit it you can get a Benz

    ^^^ #StreetNiggaShit

  3. Tron Stockton Says:

    Speez if I had a glass jaw like you, I would be a little more careful talkin shit

  4. tHe KiD fRanKiE Says:

    I’d go to a big Sean he got the young 18-24 yo breezes on deck lil weed smokin bitches

    “they do it”

  5. Tron Stockton Says:

    Speez the type a dude who run with his wrists flapping and plays fantasy figure skating

  6. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Rubba Band Business 2 [NO DJ] >>>>
    Been waiting a minute for this jawn.

    We Trippy Mane!

    *Indulges OCD & compiles a Best Of Both Businesses comp for my own enjoyment*

    Mmm Hmm

  7. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    The entire industry, it seems, was taken by surprise when the initial sales reports on Tuesday’s releases started coming in, revealing that J Cole’s debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, was running away not only from this week’s other new releases but from every other album in the marketplace.

    Cole’s impressive start, which will land his LP in the neighborhood of 250k, represents the first chart-topper from Roc Nation since entering into its partnership with Sony Music. Not only that, but as the bible helpfully points out, the 26-year-old Roc Nation/Columbia rapper will be the first debuting solo artist to bow at #1 since B.o.B’s The Adventures of Bobby Ray accomplished this feat, albeit with 84k. Further, Cole will have the biggest debut for any act’s first album since Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday racked up a 375k first week last December

    Say word, J. Cole moving 250k J cole and Hov and roc nation did it…. applauds

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