Snoop Dogg has a few inquiries for the rap amusement in this new tune “What Is This?” highlighting October London.
More than 25 years in the diversion, and Snoop Dogg keeps on taking off new music like he’s a seeking craftsman attempting to become well known. Back in May, Snoop treated fans to another collection called Neva Left, which he at that point caught up with this Summer with melodies like “Progress” and “Dis Finna Be A Breeze.” But now, in the wake of loaning out incalculable highlights this Summer, Snoop chooses to come back to the scene today with another new tune of his own called “What Is This?” including October London, who he worked together on Neva Left with “Go On.”
Going in finished generation from Nottz, the Long Beach veteran conveys some disputable verses about whats occurring in the amusement today and how everything has changed from when he initially arrived. From rapping about the sexuality of R&B craftsmen to rappers all sounding the same, the veteran emcee appears to be bewildered by what’s been happening in the diversion as of late, and needed to address in this new melody.
In the interim October London expedites a similar message the snare, singing “What is this/I parcel of things wear’ change everyone in every others way/Whats it this? rappers sounding the same/Just to get a little taste of the notoriety/What is this? R&B nias on the down low/Taking Ls, nia, what do you know?”
It’s misty right now on where this record will wind up or if only something for the fans, however we’re generally here for some new Snoop.
Take a tune in and let us realize what you think.