Snoop Dogg's Bush album is out and getting a positive reaction from fans and critics alike and the Doggfather is now making the media rounds. During a wide-ranging interview with Pigeons and Planes Snoop commented on the latest crop of rappers. The veteran MC has nothing but love for the Drakes and Futures of the world, but also admitted that he can't tell the difference between them all, saying that their styles are interchangeable.

"I don’t know who is who when they doing that rap style, and I love them all! I love Future, Migos, I love all them. Drake. They my niggas, but I don’t know who is who when the record is over," said Snoop. "When I came out as a rapper, everyone had their own style. If you sounded like someone else, that word was called biting. You biting my style, you biting my shit. If you paying tribute, like I did with “La Di Da Di” with Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh—I paid niggas who I grew up loving. I’m gonna redo your song, get you paid all over again, and let everybody know it’s your shit, and put a twist on it for the new kids who don’t even know it exist. That’s a different way of showing love as opposed to everyone rapping the same style."

With a new album also comes new marketing and partnership opportunities. With the release of Bush, Snoop has linked up with Grenco Science for the Snoop Dogg Bush G Pro Vaporizer and G Slim for Ground Material. The G Pro Vaporizer comes with a digital download of Bush and is the first bundle that features a G Pen and download. For more information click here.

Watch Snoop Dogg and Pharrell's performance of “California Roll” last night (May 12) on The Voice below.

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