Snoop Dogg and Denaun (better known as Mr. Porter) have joined forces, thanks to Swizz Beatz, for the latest offering from Godfather Of Harlem. Since the series began, Swizz Beatz has brought forth a slew of hip-hop's biggest acts to set the vibe for the series. Though the show actually takes place during Bumpy Johnson's reign, Swizz brings some of hip-hop's greatest acts to add a modern touch. Each week, the show has debuted a new single that accompanies each episode. This week, Snoop and Denaun come through with heat.
On "Tomorrow," Snoop and Denaun tap into a higher consciousness and spirituality for a slow, downbeat record. Snoop takes the lead as he reflects on remaining resilient in the face of adversity while looking to God to give him strength. Though it might reflect Snoop's own relationship with the higher powers, he ultimately taps into the mindset of Bumpy Johnson over his verse. Meanwhile, Denaun holds down the melodies and production alongside Fredwreck.
Swizz Beatz Brings Snoop Dogg & Denaun Together
The latest offering from Swizz Beatz comes towards the end of the third season of Godfather Of Harlem. Since the premier, Swizz continued to bless fans with a plethora of excellent offerings with a wide-range of artists. Jadakiss collided with Swizz on "Hustle, Repeat," Busta Rhymes and Bibla joined forces on "Murda," and Swizz Beatz returned to the fold alongside SAINt JHN, Fivio Foreign, and BIA for "Street Opera."
As for Snoop Dogg, he's revving up for a big summer ahead. Earlier this month, he announced that the Death Row catalog was finally coming back to streaming services after securing a fair deal. However, he also revealed that he and Wiz Khalifa would reunite for the sequel to Mac & Devin Go To High School. This time, it'll be the high school reunion. No word on when that'll drop but Snoop's clearly keeping busy.
Straighten up the bow tie, I just wanna know why
I just gotta know my people get treated the same
See, we just gon' beat 'em the same
I'm tired of seein' the flames of hatrеd, take it and take it