The 4 rappers launched the collaborative project in March and had been attributable to launch their debut album the next month, although this didn’t materialise. Ice Dice mentioned in July, nonetheless, that the group had “figured it out” and were “getting cocked and loaded”.
“We getting our visuals collectively as a result of after we hit, we wish to maintain rolling,” he defined.
Taking to social media this week, Mt. Westmore introduced that the music ‘Huge Subwoofer’ will arrive tomorrow. They confirmed the discharge date whereas sharing snippets of the only’s space-themed official video.
The primary clip sees the collective embark on a voyage to “Planet Snoopiter the place the bitches is blue, man”, as Snoop places it. We then hear a short snippet of the upcoming observe earlier than the Mt. Westmore brand seems onscreen.
The rappers subsequently posted two extra teasers of the sci-fi-inspired visuals – you’ll be able to watch them under.
Yesterday (October 18), Eminem additionally tweeted a teaser for Mt. Westmore’s ‘Huge Subwoofer’. Some followers have speculated that he might have contributed to the music, although this has not been confirmed.
Final December, Too Quick revealed particulars of the joint venture and its origins when showing on the Serch Says podcast.
“I get a name through the early a part of the quarantine from E-40 and Ice Dice going, ‘Man, we really feel like we must always do an album. Me, you, it’s E-40, Dice, Too Quick and Snoop Dogg’,” he mentioned (through HipHop-N-More).
“And I’m like… ‘E-40 and Too Quick are from the Bay, Snoop Dogg and Dice are from L.A. and we’re just like the West Coast basis.’ We sat there and was like, ‘Fuck it, let’s do it.’ So, we begin arising with beats.”
In March of this 12 months, Too Quick revealed that Mt. Westmore had “recorded someplace within the neighbourhood of fifty songs”.
“On the age we’re at is an efficient time to do a factor like this and form of lengthen your profession a bit otherwise,” he added. “The minute we be a part of forces, we get a handful of latest enterprise alternatives that none of us would’ve had.”