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Snoop Dogg goes Ego Trippin'
Artist tapes episode of VH1 Storytellers
NEW YORK -- Snoop Dogg had the audience on their feet as he taped an episode of "VH1 Storytellers" at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn.
Two exclusive songs that won't be seen in the televised broadcast and one sneak peek from the concert will be available online at Storytellers. The online exclusive performances include, "Neva Have To Worry," and "Gin And Juice."
The one-hour episode will treat fans to a unique experience as Snoop performs songs from his critically acclaimed album Ego Trippin', in addition to past hits. Joining Snoop on stage for some songs were special guests Doug E. Fresh, Charlie Wilson, Too Short and Mistah FAB.
Following in the "Storytellers" format, Snoop will answer questions from fans and give viewers a unique opportunity to hear the inspiration behind such hits as "What's My Name?," "Drop It Like It's Hot," "Lodi Dodi (w/ Doug E. Fresh)" and from his new album Ego Trippin', "Sensual Seduction," "Life Of Da Party," (w/ Too Short and Mistah FAB), "My Medicine" and "Can't Say Goodbye" (w/ Charlie Wilson).
Ego Trippin', Snoop's ninth solo studio album, takes the listener on a ride through Snoop's many phases. Already the album has produced a smash hit. "Sensual Seduction," the album's first single, is proof positive of the musical leaps that Snoop is willing to take. The song's Roger Troutman influenced hook and accompanying early 80s nostalgia inducing video impacted radio rotations, video play lists and most importantly, Snoop's fans immediately. Snoop continues to make music history and proves there is no stopping him.