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Media Questions Of The Week

Will the mystery surrounding Prince’s death ever be uncovered now that prosecutors have closed the investigation for lack of evidence? 

 

What does Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer Prize win mean for hip-hop? 

 

 Why didn’t Wendy Williams know who The Clark Sisters were before she made a negative comment about their collaboration with Snoop Dogg? 

 

 

 

 

 

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Throwback: Tha Dogg Pound: What Would You Do?

“What Would You Do?” is the first single from Tha Dogg Pound and it has features from Snoop Dogg and Jewell. It was on the soundtracks to Snoop Dogg’s Murder Was The Case and Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers.  Daz and Dr. Dre co-produced the song directed at Dresta, B.G. Knocc Out, Eazy E and Cold 187um. “What Would You Do?” was nominated for a Grammy award and performed at The Source Awards. Daz just released his 16th solo album, Dazamataz.

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Count Bass D Collaborates With Snoop Dogg On Single Too Much Pressure

Count Bass D’s “Too Much Pressure” is an obvious reference to all the political tension in the country and the lament is smoothed out by an appearance from Snoop Dogg. The rapper/producer/instrumentalist is getting his new EP, also titled Too Much Pressure, ready for release. His last EP was The Count In Cologne from 2014 and in 2016 his full-length Instantly New came out.

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Media Questions Of The Week

How could  the New York Times compare Kim Kardashian to Sarah Baartman?

What will Snoop Dogg’s gospel album sound like?

Did Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey and Lee Daniels obstruct Mo’Nique’s Hollywood career?

 

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Tupac Is Inducted Into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Tupac was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame last night during the ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Snoop Dogg gave the induction speech and later performed “Gangsta Party” with YG. Alicia Keys sang a medley of Tupac’s songs including “Ambitionz az a Ridah” “I Get Around,” “I Ain’t Mad at Cha” and “Dear Mama”  Treach later took the stage to perform “Hail Mary” and T.I. ended the tribute with “Keep Ya Head Up.”

Snoop Dogg accepted the award for Tupac and shared a personal story about smoking his first blunt with him but he also wanted people to know about his humanity. Tupac’s friend and former labelmate explained the importance of remembering him as an actual person and not some “thugged-out superhero.” Tupac’s biopic, All Eyez On Me will be released on his birthday June 16th.

 

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