Snoop Dogg Drops the Fresh New Single ‘Transition’ Produced by Jahlil Beats [LISTEN]
Snoop Dogg has a banger on his hands with "Transition," a new cut produced by Jahlil Beats. After the song starts with an old recording from The Notorious B.I.G., Snoop really goes in and tells a story about going to a shake joint with his boys.
"Me and my homeboys walked up in the strip club / Thirty seven deep, Long Beach, 20 Crip, cuz / I can really give a f--- about a b---- 'cause / We in this motherf----- trying to hit a lick, cuz," he spits.
The rap legend then explains that if you see him in a strip club, he's there on business, and he's not there for the eye-candy.
Since Snoop dropped his Neva Left album back in May, he's been quite the busy rapper. He's released a slew of videos for the well-received project, collaborated with G-Eazy on the song "Get Mine" and hopped on TLC's new cut 'Way Back." And he did all of that while filming his GGN show and keeping all of us in stitches.
Snoop also recently chimed in on the drama surrounding Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian, telling folks on the Internet to mind their business before offering advice. Then he offered advice--suggesting Rob stay off Instagram with his relationship woes.
“She is what she is, man,” Snoop said. “She was what she was. Quit cryin’ to the Internet.” He adds that since he has more money to burn he can go “buy him another one.”
“Blac Chyna just did what she supposed to do—she seen a sucker and she licked it.”
You can peep the new "Transition" single below.