Harry-O, an early investor in Death Row Records recently said on Kevin Garnett's Certified show that the duo was working on a project. Snoop Dogg confirmed the news to Kevin Frazier of ET on the red carpet at the premiere of his new film Day Shift on Wednesday.
"We're cooking up a little something" Snoop revealed. ""I don't wanna talk about it too much, but we're back together again. It's been 30 years since we worked on a record, and we are doing something. We're working on something."
Dr. Dre was the producer of 1992's "Deep Cover," which was the world's introduction to Snoop Dogg. Dre's 1992 album, The Chronic, also heavily featured Snoop. Dre later produced Snoop's 1993 debut album, Doggystyle which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, selling nearly 1 million copies in its first week.
Snoop recently acquired his old recording home, Death Row Records, as well as the rights to some of its biggest hits, including his debut album. To celebrate the upcoming 30th anniversary of The Chronic, there is a 20-part series about the album and the formation of Death Row Records reportedly in the works.
"It's that deep," Harry-O 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."