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Snoop & Pharrell Williams Share Exclusive Insight To Album Creation In New Video

New Single “California Roll” Played Hourly on iHeartRadio; Pre-Order Album Now And Receive New Song “California Roll” Featuring Stevie Wonder Immediately

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Entertainment icon Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams have shared exclusive insight into the creation of select tracks, including “California Roll” featuring Stevie Wonder, off of Snoop Dogg’s new album BUSH in advance of the May 12th release date.

Fans can get an intimate look of the creative process between the two online here:

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Snoop Dogg shared a pre-release stream of his highly anticipated album BUSH on iTunes radio, a full week prior to its official release on May 12th. The album’s new single “California Roll” was rolled out in style for Snoop followers, with iHeartRadio having played the new track hourly on their Urban and Urban AC stations and at various times throughout the day at select Urban AC Stations.

Produced by multiple Grammy award-winner Pharrell Williams, BUSH is a creative partnership between Doggystyle Records, I Am OTHER and Columbia Records and available for pre-order now here: http://smarturl.it/BUSHAlbum. Those who pre-order the album will receive “California Roll” as an instant grat track, as well as other BUSH kick-off hits made available to pre-ordering fans, “Peaches N Cream” and “So Many Pros.”

Snoop Dogg has once again gathered a stellar group of collaborators eager to work with the charismatic artist whose unique bond with fans and peers transcends all entertainment boundaries.  The list of contributors appearing on BUSH includes Charlie Wilson, Gwen Stefani, Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Stevie Wonder and T.I.

Considered a fearless creative trailblazer, Snoop Dogg recently released a much-buzzed about video for the track “So Many Pros,” with the clip paying homage to the highly stylized ‘Blaxploitation’ urban action movies of the 1970’s.

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