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Amidst High Anticipation for Debut Joint Album ‘Missionary’, Gangsta Rap Pioneers Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg Launch ‘Gin & Juice’ Beverage, Premiere Epic Commercial

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Amidst high anticipation for their debut collaborative album “Missionary”, gangsta rap pioneers Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg have launched a new beverage. Aptly titled “Gun And Juice” – reminiscent of their historic rap record on the Long Beach, California rapper’s debut LP “Doggystyle” – the notorious “Next Episode” artists have further premiered an epic commercial for promotions.

Besides Dre and Snoop, the cohort of investors includes the legendary American executive and co-founder of Interscope Records Jimmy Lovine, Main Street Advisors, Marc Rowan and Tom Werner.

“Together, we always try to create magic, we’re having fun being creative, and everything about this product is really us,” says Dr. Dre about the massive partnership. “There’s passion behind it, and friendship and love and a culture. We’re shooting to make everything we do magnificent, and fortunately, most of the time we hit the target.”

“Look where we’re at in our careers,” Snoop Dogg said about “Gin And Juice”. “Look at our age and look at what we’ve done, and we still love each other, so why not do something together? A lot of times people have been in a relationship for thirty years and can’t talk to each other, can’t hang out, so it’s just fun to be in a partnership with people that you actually love.”

Watch the epic “Gin And Juice” commercial featuring Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg below.

Besides launching their latest initiative, the iconic record producer and rapper duo, who have together released some of the most influential and historic rap records including “Still D.R.E.”, “Nuthin’ But A “G” Thang” and “Kush”, are readying their joint album.

Expected to drop this year, Uncle Snoop recently confirmed that the LP is in its “final stages”.

“When you hear what we have and how he got me rapping, it’s like a grown Snoop Dogg,” the Long Beach emcee said during an appearance at All The Smoke podcast. “There’s some growth to him. It’s the way he selects his bars, it’s the way he uses his voice. [Dr. Dre] uses me like a f—— robot and I love it because I love to be produced. I love to be challenged.”

Since you’re here, watch the flagrant “Gin And Juice” visual cut from nearly 30 years ago below.

Stream Snoop Dogg’s historic rap album ‘Doggystyle’ via Spotify.