New Snoop, Eric Benét Songs On 'Brothers' Soundtrack

Dave Hollister, Jermaine Dupri, Maze, Leverts also contribute to album, due March 20.

New tunes from Snoop Dogg, Eric Benét and Dave Hollister highlight the upcoming soundtrack to "The Brothers," a comedy featuring Bill Bellamy and D.L. Hughley, according to Warner Bros. Records.

Snoop's "Hi 2 U" is a smooth, typically explicit Dogg-style come-on, while Benét's slowly simmering "Love Don't Love Me" finds the singer in funkier territory than on his 1999 release, A Day in the Life. Ex-Blackstreet member Hollister's "Forever" is a lush love song, with strings and a gospel-style choir backing the singer's rich vocals.

Lil' Mo, who appears on Ja Rule's "Put It on Me" as well as on tracks by Jay-Z and Memphis Bleek, lends vocals to Jermaine Dupri and R.O.C.'s "Lay It Down," and Next's R.L. delivers the ballad "Good Love."

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly contribute "Teach Each Other," a percolating funk workout, and the father-and-son duo of Eddie Levert Sr. and Gerald Levert offer "Two of a Kind," a tender song about forgiveness between parent and child. Jazz pianist Marcus Miller provides the instrumental "The Love Theme."

The soundtrack is due on March 20, while the movie, a romantic comedy, hits theaters on March 23.