Is the animosity between Snoop Dogg and Eminem over? The duo is getting ready to work on a new song together.
DJ Whoo Kid recently uploaded a brief video clip in which Snoop Dogg hints to a collaboration with Eminem.
Snoop Dogg and Eminem had a falling out when the former removed the rap heavyweight off his Top 10 Rappers of All Time list last year. This, of course, did not sit well with Eminem fans, and the ‘Lose Yourself’ singer did not hesitate to take a shot at Snoop with his song ‘Zeus.’
However, the feud between the two appears to be over, as it has been revealed that the two hip-hop giants have collaborated on a new song that will be released soon. DJ Whoo Kid recently uploaded a short video footage in which Snoop Dogg can be heard teasing Too $hort at a radio station about a single with Eminem. If everything goes as planned, this will be the first time Snoop and Eminem have collaborated on a song.
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With the help of his caption, DJ Whoo Kid confirmed the news. He promised that a music featuring the two will be released soon. “That new @snoopdogg and @eminem album is on the way. All day till 6 p.m., listen to him and @djwhookid on #whoolywoodshuffle @tooshort #Algorithm @defjam.” Snoop and Eminem are set to perform at the Super Bowl LVI Pepsi halftime show on February 13, 2022, alongside Dr. Dre. Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige are also on the bill. Snoop Dogg hinted to an end to his feud with Eminem in January when a fan posted a photo of Dre, Snoop, and Eminem from the 1990s with the message “I wonder what happened,” to which Snoop responded, “Nothing we good,” followed by an emoji of flexing muscle.
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