Snoop Dogg's New Record Will Involve Pharrell More Than Ever Before

The record will be a joint release by Pharrell's I Am Other label and Columbia Records.

Big Snoop Dogg is back up in the heezy, baby!

Two days after ending his much-publicized social media beef with Iggy Azalea, Billboard reports that the Doggfather announced his upcoming album will be released on Pharrell Williams’ label, I Am Other, in a joint venture with Columbia Records.

That news alone is pretty huge, but it doesn’t stop there. The record label took to Instagram on Monday (October 13) to reveal that Uncle Snoop’s thirteenth LP will be produced entirely by Skateboard P.

While the project doesn’t have a title or release date, a few of the features have been made known: Charlie Wilson, who collaborated with Snoop and Pharrell in the past on “Beautiful,” and the legendary Stevie Wonder.

Snoop and Pharrell have been a prolific musical combination in the past with hits like “That Girl” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” but the artist formerly known as Snoop Lion told MTV News last month that it’s a completely fresh take on anything they’ve ever done.

“It’s a great record me and Pharrell did from top to bottom. It feels good and I’m happy to be back in the studio working with one of my favorite producers and homeboys,” Snoop told MTV News on the BET Hip Hop Awards red carpet. “It’s different — it’s completely different than anything we’ve ever done. It feels good, sounds good, looks good.”