Snoop Dogg ‘Bush’ (Album Stream)

UPDATE: Bush can now be streamed in full here on iTunes Radio.

The two biggest features are below including “I’m Ya Dogg” featuring Kendrick Lamar & Rick Ross and “California Roll” featuring Stevie Wonder (on harmonica) & Pharrell (on the hook). Good vibes like much of the rest of the album already. Press play and cop the album May 12th.'m%20Ya%20Dogg%20(Feat.%20Kendrick%20Lamar%20&%20Rick%20Ross).mp3&dur=270.6&bg=F9F9F9&border=CCCCCC&color1=00A5DF

1. “California Roll” feat. Stevie Wonder
2. “This City”
3. “R U a Freak”
4. “Awake”
5. “So Many Pros”
6. “Peaches N Cream” feat. Charlie Wilson
7. “Edibles” feat. T.I.
8. “I Knew That”
9. “Run Away” feat. Gwen Stefani
10. “I’m Ya Dogg” feat. Kendrick Lamar and Rick Ross


Bill Murray’s Rick Ross story

Not sure how I missed this when The Weeknd performed the other night, but Bill Murray was also the primary guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live in Austin for SXSW. One of mine and yours all time favorite comedians didn’t disappoint and the hip hop crossover comes with a brief, yet hilarious tale about working with Rick Ross. Yup, Bill Murray working with Rick Ross. And in the process, Murray lowkey sheds some light on a common (and weak) happening for collaborations.

Below, plenty more clips from Bill Murray’s sit-down with Kimmel. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention his outfit. There’s that. Ha! Plus, I didn’t realize this until now… but damn, looks like Kanye cancelled all his SXSW gigs, the only one confirmed was Kimmel, but no appearances by Ye in Austin this year. Dah well.

Rick Ross f/ Jay Z “Movin Bass”

The day of Jay Z appearances (but not really) continues after ad-libs on Jay Electronica’s “Road To Perdition” to the lack of an appearance in the new video for his collab with Rick Ross, the Timbaland-produced “Movin Bass”. For me, this song didn’t live up to the hype when it was released and I’m not sure the video will impact beyond today. But at least we get a look at the cool Seinfeld-style hat for Wale’s upcoming album (seen above.)