The big weekend has arrived and we’re not sure what has gained more attention: the Super Bowl or the event’s halftime show. Once the news was shared that Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and Snoop Dogg would be performing at the halftime show, fans have been speculating as to what to expect. This all comes at a monumental time for Snoop who has not only taken a new position at Def Jam, but he’s acquired Death Row Records and released a new album, Bacc on Death Row or BODR.
The record is packed with familiar faces as Snoop hosts features from Nas, The Game, T.I., Sleepy Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Uncle Murda, DaBaby, Lil Duval, the late-great Nate Dogg, and many more. This is a project that fans of the Long Beach icon have been waiting for, so stream BODR and let us know your thoughts.