Back in November, Snoop Dogg teamed up with Def Jam Records for his latest project Algorithm, which contains 25 tracks and a wealth of contributions from Usher, Fabolous, Dave East, Blxst, Jane Handcock, and Mouth Westmore cohorts E-40, Too $hort, and Ice Cube, among many others. This past weekend, the Long Beach legend decided to upgrade Algorithm with a Global Edition, adding on 15 remixes of choice cuts with collaborations alongside international acts like SAAY, Gué, EAZ, Yung Raja, and more.
One immediate standout from Algorithm (Global Edition) is a new version of the Nottz-produced “Murder Music” that sees Snoop, Benny The Butcher, Busta Rhymes, and Jadakiss joined by none other than East London’s own Potter Payper, who wastes little time matching his peers with some hard-hitting bars of his own:
“Murder music, lucky I ain’t bring my Gucci flow, a’ight, who’s involved? I leave that pussy pookie low, suits and coats, I show you all the do’s and don’ts, weed smoke, gun smoke, but it’s usually both, being broke on fake love, I’m immune to both, now I kill verses and keep features as mementos, I stay down tеn-toes and ran this shit up tenfold, I’ma bring my knife, and that’s rеgardless of the dress-code, I make sure they come to Death Row, call that beef, they let go, it’s enough to make the dead roll…”
Back in April, Snoop Dogg released his last solo LP From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites, a 10-track effort that saw plenty of contributions from Kokane, Larry June, his Eastsidaz cohorts Big Tray Deee and Goldie Loc, Prohoezak, Devin The Dude, and more. That project was also led by top tier singles like “CEO,” “Roaches In My Ashtray,” and the song-turned-G Star Raw advertisement “Say It Witcha Booty.”
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