Longtime collaborators and friends Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg recently reunited to attend a U2 show in Las Vegas as a new immersive music venue, The Sphere, opens its doors in the Nevada city.
It has been a long time since the dynamic duo have been seen out in public together, so fans are naturally excited to see the pair join forces again to attend The Sphere’s inaugural U2 concert.
In a video shared on Instagram, Snoop can be heard telling fans, “N*gga came to see U2 man.” According to Billboard magazine, the event was an electrifying experience that featured floor-to-ceiling graphics and more.
Snoop and Dre had an intimate conversation with Bono and mingled with a number of A-listers who attended the event, including the likes of Bryan Cranston, Sir Paul McCartney, Jimmy Iovine, Diplo, Luke Wilson, Jon Hamm, Dakota Fanning, Aaron Paul, Elizabeth Banks, Josh Duhamel, and many more.
Earlier this year, the West Coast legends teased that they were collaborating on a new album entitled Missionary. Over the summer, Snoop posted various photos, one of which saw Dr. Dre sitting behind a mixing desk in the studio with a coffee in hand, working away.
In a recent interview with From The Desk Of Lo, California icon The D.O.C., unveiled that he was helping Dre and Snoop assemble the project, disclosing, “We all haven’t worked together seriously where we’re all in a creative space in a long time. And we’re all in a space where we wanna do something great, so it should be a cool week.”
The D.O.C. finalised by hinting the trio are taking back to the old-school, divulging, “It sounds like what Snoop’s next record would’ve been like on Death Row, that’s what it sounds like.” You can see Snoop at The Spehere’s inaugural U2 concert below.