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Snoop Dogg Preps Long-Awaited 'Doggystyle' Sequel

'The Return of Doggystyle' arrives July 1st.

Snoop Dogg // Leafs By Snoop

Once again it’s on.

Back in 2010, Snoop Dogg revealed plans of releasing a sequel to his 1993 debut Doggystyle. At the time, Swizz Beatz was attached to the project with Snoop even dubbing it as “18 shots to the face.” The project was later swapped for 2011’s Doggumentary.

Now plans are once again in place for the long-delayed sequel, as Snoop has revealed plans for the forthcoming LP, The Return of Doggystyle.

In a live Facebook stream earlier this week, Snoop announced that his forthcoming album, The Return of Doggystyle, is due out on July 1st.

Described as "updated G-Funk," Snoop’s next album will find the Left Coast rapper revisiting his career-defining 1993 set. In an interview with Billboard, Just Blaze, who previously teased new material for Snoop, said he was "very excited to find out that that’s the direction he’s taking with this album."

There's no official word on whether or not this will be the proper sequel to his debut album, but the title gives a great indication.

Meanwhile, Snoop rebuilt his Doggy Style Records last month and has already uploaded about 30 new tracks to the label's SoundCloud page. “My goal is to put out 100 singles before August,” he declared. See below for one of the unreleased exclusives from the SoundCloud.

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