Snoop Dogg, has released his 19th album, Algorithm. His first under Def Jam. That though it has a few solo records from Snoop, is more so a compilation of sorts over 25 tracks. Rather than an actual solo album. Which has Big Snoop in his recently appointed position of President and Executive Creative and Strategic Consultant of Def Jam. Showcasing the label’s past, present and future. As well as some of the legendary and iconic label’s longtime affiliates. It features previously released single’s, Murder Music and Big Subwoofer. The first featuring Def Jam’s newest signee, Benny the Butcher and longtime signee, Jadakiss, as well as Busta Rhymes.
Solo records and collaborations from the likes of Method Man & Redman, Mary J. Blige, Fabolous, Dave East, and Blxst. Just to name a few of the many. With the Blxst and Snoop Dogg collaboration, Go To War. Just debuting through Vevo. A new blaxploitation-inspired accompanying video. Directed by Snoop’s wife, Shante Broadus. To coincide with the album’s release and sees Blxst and Snoop pulling up to a drive-in theater. Playing a blaxploitation movie. That happens to be partially of both, Blxst and Big Snoop. Rapping and singing their lyrics to the record. Professing their undying love for their ladies. While also playing out like an actual mini blaxploitation movie. That sees them at a low-key gambling spot and duking it out with villains over money. Before it’s ending you have to see to believe.