Are Eminem and Snoop Dogg still friends?
Following their feud in 2020, Snoop Dogg has admitted that he apologized to Eminem.
There were rumors of a dispute after Snoop stated in an interview in July 2020 that he didn’t consider Eminem to be “one of the top 10 rappers ever” and that Dr Dre was mostly responsible for the rapper’s success.
Eminem replied by bringing up Snoop’s remarks on the song “Zeus,” which was released in December 2020.
The last thing he needed was Snoop doggin’ him, he rapped. “As far as squashing beef I’m used to people knocking me / But just not in my camp / And diplomatic as I’m tryin’ to be last thing I need is Snoop doggin’ me.”
Then, using the rap line “Man, Dogg, you was like a damn god to me / Man not really, I had dog backwards,” Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, seemed to express disappointment with Snoop’s remarks.
Snoop said, “He said what he said [on “Zeus”], I accept that,” when speaking about the lyrics on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in January. We’re just going to leave it at that. It’s a family enterprise.
Snoop, whose full name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr, said that he was wrong to say such a thing about Eminem during a recent interview on The Breakfast Club.
“I felt as though I had no money. I expressed my regret to him and let him know that I was just trying to do better. I make errors,” he admitted. I’m Snoop Dogg; I’m not flawless.
He “loves” Eminem, the 50-year-old artist continued.
He continued, “And the point is, we love hip hop so much, we’re competitive.” We compete against rappers, so that was meant to set him off.
We get down and have a long discourse about the respect we have for each other and the appropriate ways to talk about each other in public since we are brothers and family and have learned to appreciate each other for what we do.
Eminem also declared that his battle with Snoop Dogg is gone earlier this year.
Next year, Snoop Dogg will perform at the Super Bowl Halftime Show alongside Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, Dr. Dre, Eminem, and Dr. Dre.
Do Snoop Dogg and Eminem like each other?
Snoop Dogg remarked, “Man, I adore Eminem,” in 2021 while returning to The Breakfast Club. We are competitive because we love hip hop so much. But because we are brothers and relatives, we come together and have a lengthy discourse about how much respect we have for one another and how we should speak about one another in public.
“I apologized to him, I let him know, and I’m just bettering myself,” he continued. I’m not perfect. I’m Snoop Dogg; I’m not flawless.
During the Super Bowl Halftime Show in February, the two rappers also shared the stage.
Did Snoop Dogg make a song with Eminem?
The new song “From the D 2 the LBC” by Snoop Dogg and Eminem, which is accompanied by a largely animated video, astonished fans on Friday.
Rappers put on a show for their hometowns on the tune by spewing their rhymes at a fast tempo. The gritty song and its James Larese-directed music video were both released, and the two make references to their enthusiasm for the NFT industry. The fast-paced footage fits well with the rapidfire delivery and alternates between clips of the musician performing and taking on animated avatars resembling Bored Apes.
Snoop Dogg ft Eminem From Detroit to the LBC
By releasing a new song together, former rivals Snoop Dogg and Eminem have fulfilled their promise to put their feud behind them.
Late on Thursday, “From the D 2 the LBC,” a song and music video featuring the renowned Long Beach rapper and Detroit-born emcee, was released.
It took too long to get back in touch with @snoopdogg, you know we needed to make a movie! In a tweet, Eminem included a link to the song’s music video.
“Video available now, @eminem, just in time for Ape Fest 22. Snoop continued on Instagram, “We on one.
The single’s cover image, a pop-art-inspired comic book with two stylish monkeys that appear to represent the NFT collection Bored Ape Yacht Club, was featured on the artists’ social media pages.
The song’s title, “All New: Dynamic Return of… Eminem & Snoop Dogg,” features the two rappers, who are best known for being guests on tracks by rap mogul Dr. Dre. In February, the two of them appeared together at the Super Bowl Halftime show.
The partially animated music video for “From the D 2 the LBC” is directed by James Larese and features Snoop puffing on an arm-sized blunt before sending Em into a contact high-fueled haze. The Grammy winners then sporadically turn into comical NFT primates to poke fun at California marijuana, flex on working together in hip-hop, and consider their renowned discographies with Dr. Dre (“The Chronic”) and troubled producer Suge Knight (Death Row Records, which Snoop acquired earlier this year).