Snoop Dogg Warns Eminem Again In New Diss Track : Listen Preview

Dre, who was recently hit with a brain aneurysm. Still, it is the timing of the Dogg’s preview, which is drawing questions. Those words are common and can be used for just about every situation. Tensions between Em and Snoop blossomed late last year after the West Coast giant downplayed the Aftermath signee’s music while being interviewed by The Breakfast Club. Snoop did not confirm who the track is meant for and simply hopped off the LIVE to head to the gym. The track’s lyrics include words people would readily associate with his newfound rival’s discography. This follows Snoop Dogg’s decision to reshare an unreleased track he previewed some months ago. While Dre is doing much better, it’s a shame to see the two legends in the industry going at it. Twitter
Facebook Eminem responded to Snoop on “Zeus” off Music To Be Murdered By – Side B and further explained that move from Snoop felt as if he was betrayed by a member of his team. Snoop Dogg might have a Eminem diss track to respond to “Zeus.”
The Doggfather, Snoop D-O-Double-G, is seemingly throwing some heat at his one-time friend and associate Eminem as their unwanted beef moves from blue to a peppery medium-rare. Snoop Dogg raps, “Shop stopper that dropped classics? Performing like compilation tracks, running numbers up, but they’re even miscalculating that.”
Upon previewing the song, Snoop shouted, “that n***a better leave me alone,” which many think was aimed directly at Em. Words such as Kamikaze, Close Curtains, and “Superman,” ring out for core Eminem fans. The same ni**a that closed curtains will close caskets. Snoop is not signed to Aftermath Records but is a close friend to Dr. Do you think Eminem will respond?