Snoop Dogg Is Happy Latin Music If Finally Getting The Respect It Deserves And He’s Also Planning A Collab With Bad Bunny
Snoop Dogg is a proven fan of reggaeton music as he has previously collaborated with artists like Daddy Yankee in the past. He’s also posted regular videos of himself on Instagram listening to banda music. So it’s no surprise that in a new interview he shared the news that he’ll soon be collaborating with Bad Bunny.
Snoop Dogg is showing love to the rising Latin rap scene.
In an interview with Ultra Fiesta, a Spanish-language music channel based in Miami, Snoop discussed the rising Latino music movement. He says he’s keeping an eye on some of the biggest Latin trap artists like Ozuna and Bad Bunny.
“Latin artists deserve respect, they make great music,” he said in the interview. “So it’s overdue, it’s long overdue, and I’m happy that a lot of artists are working with them because they make great music and it’s about time for the world to know that.”
When asked if there are particular artists that he’s listening to, he dropped a big announcement about an upcoming collab with Bad Bunny.
Snoop Dogg confessed that he will soon be recording a collaboration with Latin Trap star Bad Bunny. “Yeah, me and Bad Bunny finna do one real soon.”
He literally dropped one sentence and walked away with a smile on his face. Like, we need more details. When is the collab coming out? Who initiated the collab? We need answers and we need them now.
While no other details have been revealed about the collaboration or when it will be released, fans already can’t wait for it to drop.
“No way Snoop Dogg is going to do a collaboration with Bad Bunny, that is perfect,” @Arearagon tweeted.
Snoop Dogg has had some great collaborations in the past with artists like Pharrell and Akon. I don’t think we’re prepared to see what he’ll drop with an artist like Bad Bunny. It might just be a match made in heaven.
This musical combo has the makings of a huge summer hit.
Some are wondering if the collaboration will inspire more rappers to work with some of the rising Latin artists.
It’s no surprise that Snoop Dogg has started many music trends. In 2011, Snoop broke the mold and worked with pop-star Katy Perry in the song “California Girls”. He showed it doesn’t matter how “tough” you are, it’s always possible to reach across the musical aisle to make some great songs.
Here’s hoping this is just the start of more Hip-hop artists working and producing music with some of reggaeton’s biggest stars.
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