Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre’s long awaited reunion has been a happy one for both artists, and they’re about to take things to the stage. The two stars are planning to perform a concert on the Hawaiian island of Oahu for what is being billed as The Concert On Chronic Island. The three-day event, taking place the weekend of September 24-26, will kick off with a luau on Friday evening, and will conclude with Dre and Snoop’s concert on Sunday night.
Dre produced a number of tracks on Snoop’s latest album, “Top Dogg,” and also co-directed the video for one of the album’s singles, “B Please” (see “Snoop Hooks Up With Dr. Dre For New Video, Plans To Team With WWF” ).
The duo has even more collaborations in the works; Snoop is slated to guest on Dre’s next album, the long awaited “Chronic 2001″ (see “Dr. Dre Almost Finished With Chronic 2001, Wants Snoop For First Single”
). Dre is also
planning to work on Snoop’s next album, “Snoopafly,” and the pair is also discussing forming their own record label (see “Snoop Talks About Teaming With Dr. Dre For Album, Record Label” ).
— John Gill