Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too$hort and E-40 are set to release collaborative tracks tomorrow (October 20).
Rap supergroup composed of Mount Westmore, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too$hort and E-40 is set to release a new track tomorrow (October 20).
The four rappers began a collaborative project in March and were due to release their debut album the following month, although it did not materialise. Ice Cube said in July that the group had “figured it out” and were “cocking and loading”.
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“We’re getting our scenes together because when we hit, we want to keep rolling,” he explained.
Mount Westmore announced on social media this week that the song ‘Big Subwoofer’ will be out tomorrow. He confirmed the release date by sharing snippets of the single’s space-themed official video.
The first clip sees the collective on a trip to “Planet Snoopter where the bitch is blue, man”, as Snoop puts it. We then hear a brief snippet of an adjacent track before the Mount Westmore logo appears onscreen.
The rappers posted two more teasers of the science-fiction-inspired scenes — you can check out them below.
Tomorrow (Oct 18), also Eminem tweeted A teaser for Mount Westmore’s ‘Big Subwoofer’. Some fans have speculated that he may have contributed to the song, although this has not been confirmed.
The group performed the song in April during their first performance at Triller’s 2021 pay-per-view Fight Club.
Last December, Too Short revealed details of the joint project and its origins when it was appearing on search says podcast.
“I get a call from E-40 and Ice Cube during the early part of quarantine saying, ‘Man, we feel like we should do an album. Me, you, it’s E-40, Cube, Too Short and Snoop Dogg ‘,” he said (via) hiphop-n-more)
“And I’m like… ‘E-40 and Too Short are from Bay, Snoop Dogg and Cub are from L.A. and we’re like the West Coast Foundation.” We sat there and were like, ‘Fuck you, let’s do it.’ So, we start coming up with beats. “
In March of this year, Too Short revealed that Mount Westmore had recorded “somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 songs”.
“The age at which we are is a good time to do this kind of work and pursue our careers a little bit differently,” he said. “The moment we join forces, we get some new business opportunities that none of us have.”