Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre Reportedly Working On A New Album

Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre Reportedly Working On A New Album

Published Thu, August 4, 2022 at 2:00 PM EDT

On Kevin Garnett's Certified show Michael "Harry-O" Harris, an initial investor in Death Row Records revealed that legendary duo Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre may be working on new material.

"The 30th Anniversary of The Chronic is coming and you got Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre doin' another album together," Harry said nonchalantly while speaking on the Death Row legacy.

Kevin had to literally rewind as he responded, "Hold on, you just tried to say that like it's nothin'. Hold on man, you slick as hell!"

Harry-O doubled down on his comment. "I don't know if I'm spilled the beans, but I'm tellin' you, sittin in that room. It's like game over. It's like The Chronic back in that room. To watch them at work, the Dr. is a beast."

Prior to the big reveal, Harry-O spoke about an upcoming 20-part series about The Chronic and the formation of Death Row.

"It's that deep," Harry explained. "That's what we doin'. A lotta people participated in that, but they didn't get their flowers. Some of 'em did to a certain level, but now I think this series will allow them to be seen as the individuals that they were. Producers, engineers, publicists, promoters, street promoters. It's a story."

Harry gives a further glimpse into what the story will entail. "It talks about that whole environment and what was taking place during that time," he said. "Why was this particular music created and why does it resonate? I think It's a historical project, not just because I'm involved, but because it is."

See the clip above.

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