Willie Nelson & Snoop Dogg Collaborating on New Song
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Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg will have a new collaboration in a few weeks, and this time maybe it's not just about the favorite activity of the two superstars of puffing on pipes, but something deeper. A recent Snoop Dogg interview with Beats 1 raised Willie Nelson, and as Snoop has often done, he had nothing but praise for Willie Nelson.

"Man, we released a song in a few weeks, how about that? How about that!" Said Snoop. "Man, that's my big brother. And the reason we're going to take this picture is because black and white is important right now. The love we have with each other … Me and Willie Nelson, you see, Snoop Dogg is the blackest of the blackest, the most militant, the hardest, but he can work with anyone. He can work with the whitest of the whitest because it’s not about color, but about love. "

"It's the appreciation of humanity. I love you as a person Willie, I love your music. Let's be friends, let me go to your house, let me meet your family. Let me be part of your world. If you like this Building brotherhood is color from the window. I love you. I don't look at color, I look at you. "

Of course, Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg have worked together before on songs like "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die", "Superman" and "My Medicine", but this could be the first time that the two have been working on a lot of things more claim. The two have a long friendship and shared the stage several times.

Some wondered why some big country music stars like Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, and Dolly Parton had failed to support Black Lives Matter and the demonstrators after George Floyd's death, and even populated a population Spreadsheet to "hold artists accountable". But those who know Willie Nelson know where his heart is when it comes to racing in America and that his answer to how he feels would come through the song.

Willie Nelson was responsible for starting Charley Pride's career when he spread an unruly crowd in Louisiana by giving Pride a notorious kiss on stage. Nelson later worked with Ray Charles on the # 1 song "Seven Spanish Angels" in his career. And unlike what we often see in the mainstream country, when a hip hop employee stares at a pop country star just for attention and commercial use, Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg's friendship was nurtured through mutual respect and admiration … and as a favorite activity Good.

Willie Nelson has just released the latest track from his upcoming album First Rose of Spring entitled "We Are The Cowboys" originally recorded by Billy Joe Shaver. The new Willie album will be released on July 3rd after being delayed due to COVID-19.


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