For his next album, Snoop Dogg is leaving his reggae alter-ego behind and getting back to the basics. He's collaborating with his longtime friend Pharrell Williams to release his 13th studio solo album on Pharrell's i am OTHER label. At a panel event in Las Vegas on Wednesday (Jan. 7), Snoop announced that the album would be named Bush and that the lead single would be a track called "Peaches N' Cream."
The left coast rep also revealed that the album will drop in mid-March of this year. Bush, which will be entirely produced by Pharrell, is set to feature Stevie Wonder and Charlie Wilson.