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Snoop Dogg Discloses He Recorded A Track With Michael Jackson

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 4, 2013

Snopp Dogg – and I say Dogg and not Lion because in his own words “Ill always be tha dogg” – has hosted another Reddit Ask Me Anything this week, and it seems he’s got more to share than the amount of weed he smokes in 24 hours. During this session, Snoop has revealed he recorded a track with the great Michael Jackson, and the unreleased ditty is currently sitting on the shelf.

When asked by one Redditor if there would ever be a future track from the rapper to feature the posthumous vocals of MJ, Snoop responded, “Did a song with Michael when he was alive! It’s in tha vault!” Unfortunately, that’s all we know about this mysterious track so far. The song may never even see the light of day but just knowing it exists, and that these two dudes wrote music together sure makes the world a brighter place.

Though it’s important to keep in mind that during the AMA, Snoop graded his level of stoned at a 12 out of 10. Perhaps the only answer we can trust is when he stated Darth Vader is the character from Star Wars he’d like to get high with, citing his reasons as, “he need help wit his breathn!!” Fair enough.

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