Mount Westmore’s Debut Album To Drop Next Week, According To Snoop Dog

Snoop Dogg appears to have confirmed Mount Westmore’s debut album’s release date.

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The rapper, who is a member of the supergroup with E-40, Too $hort, and Ice Cube, posted a video to Instagram that shows the members of the band singing live while a new song plays in the background. In the caption he said that ‘the wait is over BadMFs’, mentioning the date 7th June, and also tagged the group on Instagram.

This means that more than a year after the band’s founding, Mount Westmore’s debut album will finally reach fans on 7th June.

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Snoop’s mention of ‘BadMFs’ could be a reference to the album’s title. Following the previously shared tracks ‘Big Subwoofer’ and ‘Step Child’ in 2021, a song with the same name was released in March. In an interview with HotNewHipHop last year, Snoop said of the project that when you get the superstars of the West Coast together, something spectacular will always happen.

Meanwhile, due to “unforeseen schedule issues and including his family duties and impending tv and film ventures,” Snoop has cancelled all of his non-US gigs for the rest of 2022. That means his impending ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ tour, which was scheduled to begin in the UK in August, will no longer take place.

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Due to coronavirus, the tour was originally set for 2020 to promote his 2019 album of the same name, but it was rescheduled for 2022. It has now been completely cancelled, with refunds available at the time of purchase.