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In an interview on The Tonight Show, Snoop Dogg confirmed that his next album will be titled Algorithm and that it will drop sometime in November.
But perhaps the best part of the interview came when the rapper played a hilarious game of “One-Second Rap Songs,” where Snoop could only hear one second of a famous rap song, and then guess the name of the record.
Snoop dominated the game early, correctly guessing “C.R.E.A.M.” by Wu-Tang Clan, “OPP” by Naughty By Nature, and “Regulate” by Warren G and Nate Dogg. Fallon then upped the stakes, playing only a quarter of a second for each of the tracks. The change-up didn’t phase Snoop in the slightest, as he was easily able to guess “Gin & Juice” by just listening to a quarter second of the track.
As for the album, Jimmy Fallon seemed surprised that Snoop revealed so much info.
“Wow, that was more info than I thought I was gonna get,” Fallon said after he asked if a new Snoop album was incoming. “I thought you were just gonna go ‘yeah, maybe.” Snoop also teased that the album will feature “a lot of big-name acts.” Along with his upcoming album, Snoop teased his kids’ album called Def Jam Kids, his way of doing “something for the kids.”