Snoop Dogg is back to what he is best in, his rap roots.
The 44-year-old rapper released a new song and detailed his upcoming album, reports the Express Tribune.
'Coolaid,' which will come out on July 1, will be Dogg's first hip-hop album in five years, he said in a statement.
The first song, 'Kush Ups,' is driven by a bouncy beat and explores the delights of marijuana.
Fellow hip-hop star Wiz Khalifa, joining Dogg in the song, boasts of the size of his joints and raps, "So much weight that now I'm doing Kush Ups."
The two also announced a joint 33-date tour of North America that will open on July 20 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
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