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Published on July 4th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby


Snoop Dogg Releases New Single “I Wanna Thank Me” and Official Video Off Of Upcoming Album

Rapper Snoop Dogg released his new single and video, “I Wanna Thank Me”. The single is the title track from his upcoming album, I Wanna Thank Me, due out this summer. Stream I Wanna Thank Me here. The album will be released via EMPIRE.

“I wanna thank me,” Snoop Dogg said as he accepted his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, “I wanna thank me for believing in me. I wanna thank me for doing all this hard work. I wanna thank me for having no days off.”

Inspired by his viral speech, Snoop Dogg released the title track of his forthcoming album I Wanna Thank Me. The record was produced by Battlecat. Watch the album trailer Snoop posted on Instagram here. I Wanna Thank Me will be releasing this summer.


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An Entertainment Icon, Snoop Dogg has reigned for more than two decades as an unparalleled force who has raised the bar as an entertainer and globally recognized innovator.  Snoop has released 19 studio albums, sold over 40-million albums worldwide, reached No. 1 countless times on Billboard charts internationally and received 20 GRAMMY® nominations. Snoop Dogg most recently released his highly praised and award-winning Gospel album, Bible of Love. He is currently working on his next studio album, I Wanna Thank Me, releasing this summer through Empire.

In addition to his extensive work in music, Snoop Dogg has made his mark in the television and film space, including an Emmy Award nomination for his role as Executive Producer and Co-host of VH1’s hit show, Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner, Executive Producer of MTV’s Mary + Jane, Executive Producer and Host of TNT’s game show, Joker’s Wild and Executive Producer of acclaimed Netflix’s show, Coach Snoop.


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