Snoop Dogg has partnered with former Apple Music Global Creative Director, Larry Jackson, to release two new solo albums and distribute the iconic Death Row Records catalog, including Snoop’s own Doggystyle, Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, and Tupac’s All Eyez On Me. Jackson launched a new music company this week called Gamma, “a one-stop-shop media company that creates, distributes, and markets content, from music to podcasts to films, offering resources and guidance to artists who want to build their brands and expand beyond music.”
“It made sense for two Black men to come together to change the face of the industry,” Snoop Dogg told Bloomberg of the joint venture. “I didn’t want to partner with a regular company because they respect me and fear me so much, they wouldn’t wanna give me ideas.”
Snoop Dogg plans to release two new solo albums through Gamma, and one of these new Snoop albums could be Missionary, the previously announced collab with Dr. Dre.