The funky duo known as 7 Days Of Funk (Snoop Zilla & Dam-Funk) serve up a new music video for their smooth track, “Do My Thang,” which is featured on the group’s “7 Days Of Funk” LP. Backed by whiney synths and muffled bass courtesy of Dam-Funk, Snoop effortlessly goes to work and delivers a fun party jam so listeners can get their two-step on out on the dance floor. There’s plenty of eye candy in this one too.
Dam-Funk and Snoopzilla are back with a new funky party visual for their latest single, “I’ll Be There 4U,” which is featured on the group’s new LP, 7 Days of Funk. The visual finds the duo having some fun with a few half-naked models and partying the night away with a few blunts and drinks. At times the music video also looks like what I would expect a commercial to look like for Snoop Dogg’s new Long Beach inspired G Pen.
7 Days of Funk (Snoop Dogg & Dam-Funk) recently sat down with BBC Radio 1 for an exclusive interview. As the release date for the duo’s upcoming collaborative self-titled album approaches, the Doggfather and Dam get into details on the project’s distinctive funk inspired sound, the creative direction of the album and the meaning behind the title. As the conversation continued, the Long Beach native opened up about how pleased he is with his new business relationship with Stones Throw Records.
Fans were recently treated to the groups new single and music video for “Faden Away” and now we get a look at the official artwork and tracklist for the upcoming 7 Days Of Funk LP. Looking like a scene from Beavis & Butt-Head, the cover for Snoopzilla and Dam-Funk’s new project features some throwback looking cartoon work. Posted outside of what appears to be a music venue, the artwork showcases the Doggfather in front of a old school ride while a street brawl ensues in the background. The groups self-titled debut album will contain a total of nine original songs and be available on December 10. Check out the tracklist provided for more details.
1. Hit Da Pavement
2. Let It Go
3. Faden Away
4. 1Question? Feat. Steve Arrington
5. Ride Feat. Kurupt
6. Do My Thang
7. I’ll Be There 4U
8. Systamatic Feat. Tha Dogg Pound [Bonus]
9. High Wit’ Me [Bonus]
7 Days Of Funk releases a new music video for their infectious new single titled “Faden Away.” The group consists of Snoopzilla and Dam-Funk who all show up and perform to the camera for the song’s ’80s throwback themed visual. “Faden Away” is a nice G-Funk inspired party jam which will be featured on the group’s forthcoming 7 days Of Funk LP which is set to hit shelves on December 10 via Stones Throw Records.
Jen Deleon of HotNewHipHop links up with the Doggfather for a candid one-on-one interview. Snoop Dogg kicks things off with sharing his thoughts on this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards cyphers and reveals that Kendrick Lamar, Crooked I and Kevin Hart’s were actually his favorites. The Long Beach native reassured viewers that he hopes to show off his skills in a future cypher. Snoop’s recently passed birthday celebration was also the topic of discussion as the West Coast legend addressed his Colt 45 and G Pen sponsored event and breaks down the inspiration behind his new Snoopzilla alias. Before callin it a wrap, Snoop also shared his enthusiasm for his upcoming 7 Days Of Funk album and touched on what it means for him to be a coach and the lesson of teamwork he promotes to his players.
Snoop Dogg recently made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was able to perform some of his new music off his upcoming collaborative album entitled 7 Days Of Funk. However, the Long Beach native also took the opportunity to partake in a short segment dedicated to the following night’s special guest which turned out to be Al Gore. Here’s the clip that was aired on television from Kimmel’s latest episode which showcases Snoop’ asking a marijuana and science inspired question for the politician.
Take a look at some performance footage from Snoop Dogg and Dam-Funk on Jimmy Kimmel Live as they performed “Do My Thang” and “Faden Away.” The collaborative album, 7 Days Of Funk, is set to hit shelves on December 10 but last night crowd-goers got a sneak peek at the type of music they can expect to hear on the project.