This year, Snoop Dogg has a jam-packed itinerary.
Snoop Dogg is regarded as one of hip-most hop’s popular figures, a sentiment shared by fans all around the world. Snoop’s international fan base has made him a festival mainstay, regardless of genre. The epidemic halted global travelling for most rappers, and just as he was about to embark on numerous international tour dates, he stated that he would not be performing outside of the United States for the rest of the year.
Snoop Dogg issued an apology to his overseas fans on Instagram earlier this week after being forced to cancel all remaining non-US tour dates.
“Snoop Dogg regrets that he is cancelling all upcoming non-U.S. tour dates for the remainder of 2022 due to unforeseen scheduling problems, including family obligations and upcoming tv and film projects,” reads the statement. “He was ecstatic to meet his followers all across the world, and he apologised to those who had already planned to attend his event.” He anticipates rearranging the dates in the near future.” These concerts will be eligible for refunds at the point of purchase.
Snoop announced a release date for his impending collaboration with Mount Westmore, the West Coast supergroup that includes E-40, Ice Cube, and Too Short, just as the news broke. The album is set to be released on June 7th, so we’ll have some summer vibes.