Snoop Dogg's New Project Is All About Long Beach

The LBC life.

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Snoop Dogg has made his Long Beach roots a cornerstore of his storied career, and he’s once again honoring and paying tribute to the city that raised him. Linking up with an army’s worth of local champions and DJ Drama, Snoop Dogg is paying his respects to and building up Long Beach with his latest release, Beach City. Released under the banner of Snoop Dogg & LBC Movement, Beach City is hosted by DJ Drama and serves as the latest entry in his famed Gangsta Grillz series. The project is intended to showcase regional talents and deliver the sort of street rap that Snoop Dogg built his name off of. Eight of the songs featured on Beach City are new releases from Snoop Dogg, while Daz Dillinger, Scoop DeVille, Half Dead and more show up to aid LBC up-and-comers such as Beefy Bankz, Jooba Loc, Duce 2 Tha, Willie Mammuh and others. You can stream the project in its entirety below. Snoop Dogg has also coupled the release of the tape with a video in support of it, which you can check out here.

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