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Snoop Wants To Work With Madonna, Bono & Mike Jagger, Talks Next Single

Posted By on January 10, 2008

After the R&B singing single for the Big Snoop Dogg, "Sensual Seduction", Snoop is looking to expand his musical boundries.

"I want to work with Madonna, Bono or Mick Jagger," he said. "I'm on some rock sh–, man. Snoop Dogg, man! Rappers don't really move me too much. They can't do what I did. I'm trying to get down with something that's outta the box and bigger than me." Big Snoop doesn't know what the next single will be from his upcoming album, Ego Trippin', but he has a couple of choices. One of them is "Sets Up," one of two Neptunes-produced tracks he's thinking about putting out as singles.

"Sets up, just throwing your neighborhood up. Everybody like to throw
their sets up. Then I did one that's called 'Feet Don't Fail Me Now'
with me, Pharrell, Nelly and Charlie Wilson," explained Snoop, who had
previously told MTV News, "I'mma do the whole record, me by myself. I
don't want no guest rappers, no singer, nothing. Just Snoop Dogg."

"It's about leaving your girl, not leaving your girl," he elaborated
recently about "Feet Don't Fail Me Now." "You should never leave your
girl. It's a good party record, but it has some real meaning to it.

"I got so many hot songs I can come with," Snoop added. "I'm trying to
see what the vibe is. 'Sensual Seduction' is fast, it's party. Do I
wanna slow down or keep the pace rolling? It's all about what I wanna
do next. I'm thinking about performing as well. So everything I put
down is the thoughts of me performing, and the thought of you loving it
and appreciating it."

In 2008, Snoop wants to introduce a new clothing line called "Rich and
Infamous," a brand of pet-care products and a chain of grocery stores
called "Snoopermarkets." There's also a tour for which he promises to
perform "Sensual Seduction" on the piano, with a talk-box and backing
from a live band.

"I'm getting some ideas in my head," he said about the outing. "It's
probably gonna be Snoop Dogg and Teddy Riley. Something to that effect.
I wanna bring it real big. He's got so many hits, I've got so many
hits. I feel we'll go real big with this new thing we got."

  • Ryan Yarnevich

    Lol, this was so long ago. Glad to see those wack ass prosecutors get their bull$hit prison quota.