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Snoop Dogg Works on a New Mixtape

June 3, 2008 (6:49 am) GMT
The controversial rapper has revealed to the press that he will be working on a new project collaborating with DJ Drama.

Still working to finish his new record "Malice in Wonderland", already adds another project on his list. The rapper has stated to MTV that he will be making a new mixtape teaming up with . Confirming that news, Snoop said, "It's gonna be a mixtape with just me and Drama."

Snoop also revealed that the purpose of his mixtape is to bring it to its original roots because he feels that today's tapes are "losing their essence. Mixtapes means mixing, turntables, records. Not CDs, computers - you understand. Go back to the element of mixtapes where it all started, where it all began."

Previously Snoop has also revealed to the press some details about his upcoming LP. The rapper plans to make his new record sounds like composer Lalo Schirfin's music, saying, "He conducted some music for me that was so sinister, so evil, mean and dark. I just wanted to make a record like that. That's just the way I feel."

Before working on "Malice in Wonderland", which hasn't had a release date yet, the rapper has just dropped his ninth studio album "" on March 11. From that LP, he has already spawned four singles and the latest one is "My Medicine", which has a country vibe on it.

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