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Snoop Dogg Too $hort Wiz Khalifa Warren G DJ Drama and Berner Are Heading Out On The High School Reunion Tour This Summer. The 33-city North American tour kicks off July 7 in Vancouver and concludes August 27 in Irvine.
Hip-hop's legendary pioneers aren't afraid to get lyrical, and their latest project aims to teach the culture how to make money. Cali-based supergroup Mount Westmore features Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E-40 and Too $hort as members.
Snoop Dogg Too $hort Wiz Khalifa Warren G DJ Drama & Berner Are Back On Tour
Long-time friends and hip-hop icons Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa are embarking on their High School Reunion Tour with Too $hort, Warren G and Berner joining them as support. The 33-city trek will visit cities across North America beginning July 7 and concluding August 27 in Irvine, California.
Tickets for the tour go on sale this week. A pre-sale begins Tuesday, March 7 for Citi cardholders and opens to all on Friday, March 10.
On July 7th, Snoop Dogg's tour will kick off in Vancouver, Canada at FivePoint Amphitheatre and continue through major markets throughout North America including St. Louis, Atlanta, Brooklyn and Houston before concluding on August 27th in Irvine, California - just a short drive from Snoop's hometown of Long Beach.
Local fans can catch Snoop Dogg at Pine Knob Music Theatre on Sunday, July 23. He also makes stops at Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden on July 30 and PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on Wednesday, August 2.
Ticketmaster will handle sales for the tour. A pre-sale for CITI cardholders begins on Tuesday, March 7; Ticketmaster sales to the general public begin on Friday, March 10 at 9 a.m.
Snoop and Wiz have been eagerly awaiting their reunion tour since 2016, which marked a long-awaited comeback. In 2012, they released their single "Young, Wild & Free," which reached number seven on Billboard Hot 100 charts.
In the meantime, they have collaborated on several songs together, such as "Don't Text, Don't Call." Their upcoming tour will showcase this new collaboration along with additional works from each artist.
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa's High School Reunion Tour will make its way to Philadelphia on Monday, June 4 before continuing onto Brooklyn on Friday, August 4. Tickets for this event are on sale now, along with VIP packages which can be purchased. Don't miss one of the most anticipated concerts of the summer!
Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too $hort and E-40 have come together for Mount Westmore: four hip-hop legends joining forces on an incredible new album that already promises to be something special.
The trio has reportedly recorded 50 songs, with each rapper having enough material for multiple albums in the future. They've released two singles from this project - "Big Subwoofer" and "Too Big," both featuring all four rappers.
They've also included a wide array of beats from renowned producers like Rick Rock, Ant Banks, Kato On The Track, DecadeZ and Fredwreck in order to give the album an authentic West Coast sound that is sure to please fans. Snoop, Cube 40 and $hort all contributed vocals for this record as well.
As for their relationship, the four rappers are well-acquainted with each other's humorous banter and engaging storytelling. They've known each other since childhood, and their shared history as members of N.W.A as well as their mutual admiration of the Golden State Warriors have fostered an undying affection.
In June, when the four MCs reunited for Bad MFs, their first collaborative project, it was clear they were in top form. The metaverse-exclusive album featured seamless rapping and comedic storytelling that showcased their impressive flow and top-tier delivery.
Snoop, Cube and 40 are back with another record that cements their friendship while providing the kind of high-energy gangsta rap that's been missing from the scene for so long. They spit over an all-West Coast track sure to put everyone in their comfort zone and ready to showcase their skillset.
On December 9, a 16-track LP featuring production from Rick Rock, Ant Banks, Kato on the Track and more will be released digitally. It promises to delight hip hop music connoisseurs worldwide.
Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa Are Joining Too $hort, Warren G, Berner and DJ Drama on Their Summer 2023 Tour
In 2023, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa will be joining Too $hort, Warren G, Berner, and DJ Drama on tour for North America in July and August. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 10 through Ticketmaster; there is also a Citi presale starting Tuesday, March 7; plus VIP packages are available as well.
Snoop Dogg Too $hort Wiz Khalifa Warren G DJ Drama & Berner Are Heading Out On The High School Reunion Tour
West Coast legend Snoop Dogg is back on tour, this time joining Wiz Khalifa for their High School Reunion Tour which will see them visit 33 cities across North America.
Tickets for the tour are on sale now, but you need to act fast if you want to guarantee yourself a spot. Citi cardmembers can enjoy pre-sale access starting Tuesday, March 7 until Thursday, March 9.
At his Austin show, Snoop Dogg played a mix of hits and modern songs. He also brought out several dancers onstage, including his own mascot Nasty Dogg; two pole dancers; and members from Tha Dogg Pound were present too.
Snoop Dogg kept the crowd engaged throughout the show, asking them questions and making sure everyone had a great time. He even gave one lucky fan a blunt from his own lips!
The show only lasted an hour, but he made it seem like a whole night. He played some classic hits such as "Funk You Up" and the timeless classic, "Ain't No Fun."
His MC skills are impeccable, and he kept the crowd engaged at all times. He donned a stylish Doggystyle jacket, along with gorgeous gold rings on his pinky finger.
He donned a custom-made diamond-encrusted microphone and had several backup dancers accompany him onstage as well.
Wiz Khalifa has been an important partner to Snoop Dogg since their days as friends, and this friendship continues to shape the hip-hop landscape. Together they've released several collaborations, with Wiz leading the charge on Snoop's next tour.
Snoop Dogg is renowned for his energetic live performances and ability to keep audiences enthralled. His setlist is packed with hits that he delivers without skipping any of the important stuff, while also creating an infectious party atmosphere - something most artists cannot do.
Snoop Dogg's High School Reunion Tour will come to Pine Knob Music Theater this summer, featuring special guests Wiz Khalifa, Too $hort, Warren G and DJ Drama. But before he hits the road, Snoop has a brand-new single for fans that's sure to get them dancing in anticipation.
Last week, Snoop Dogg released a brand-new track called "Bad Decisions," featuring vocal contributions from BTS' Jungkook, Jimin and V. This song marks the first of many to come from his upcoming album.
Snoop Dogg is renowned for his gangsta rap style and also produces excellent music. He's collaborated with some top-notch producers throughout his career, such as Dre who produced both of Snoop's debut singles "Deep Cover" and 1992 LP 'The Chronic'.
Later this year, Snoop revealed he and Dre are back to working on music together. After their reunion at the Super Bowl Halftime Show earlier in 2018, it was clear that Snoop had been a fan of Dre's since childhood.
This is Snoop's first collaboration with Dre since his solo days, making this track truly special. The nostalgic track takes listeners back to Snoop's early days in the industry with an eerie soundtrack that transports them into his head where a voice promises him eternal bliss if he gives up his dangerous lifestyle. It promises an inspiring message of redemption and hope for those who do give up.
No matter your relationship to Snoop Dogg, this song should definitely be on your playlist. It's an incredibly powerful track that promises to be one of his best releases ever.
Mount Westmore, a hip-hop supergroup featuring Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E-40 and Too Short, have released their debut album which can now be streamed via streaming services.
The supergroup consists of four veteran rappers with decades of experience in the industry. Each member has collaborated with their peers at least once, but they all joined forces only recently. Based in Northern California, all four have been prominent figures on both individual and collaborative Bay Area stages for years. While staying true to their roots is important to them, their shared love for the Golden State Warriors also played a role in cementing their connection.