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Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Ice Cube will get their "Up In Smoke" tour rolling Thursday night in San Diego, but first the hip-hop heavyweights have some final details to attend to.

On Wednesday, it was announced that Kurupt would also join the Up In Smoke tour, which boasts MC Ren, Warren G, and Xzibit as well. Kurupt can currently be seen alongside Dre and Snoop in the video for Dre's "The Next Episode," and Up In Smoke organizers are leaving the door open for more acts to visit the tour as it rolls along.

The rapper will now open the show, which will also feature early sets from Warren G and Xzibit, with Ice Cube and Eminem manning the third and fourth slots on the bill. Dre will then anchor the show with a set full of collaborations, including an N.W.A. reunion (featuring Dre, Cube, MC Ren, and Snoop filling in for Eazy-E).

In addition to juggling five full sets (with the ever-present promise for surprise guests along the way), Up In Smoke organizers

also have to take into consideration Eminem's recent legal troubles. The rapper currently faces weapons and assault charges stemming from two different incidents (see [article id="1428608"]"Eminem Charged In Altercation With ICP Employee"[/article] and [article id="1428611"]"Eminem To Face Weapons, Assault Charges"[/article] ), and faces some mandatory court dates during the Up In Smoke run as a result. However, Em is expected to perform at every show date, though some of the artists on the tour are wary about taking the show across the border.

[article id="1443024"]"I don't want to go to Canada, man, only because the border patrol is a**holes,"[/article] Cube told MTV News' Kurt Loder in anticipation of the tour. [article id="1443024"]"They always want to search you, and over-search, and search your bus... I might miss the Canada dates, man." [RealVideo][/article]

Ice Cube is expected to overcome his dread of border

guards by the time the Up In Smoke tour hits Toronto on July 4. Here's how the Up In Smoke itinerary shapes up (as always, tour dates are subject to change):

  • 6/15 - Chula Vista, CA @ Coors Amphitheatre
  • 6/16 - Anaheim, CA @ Arrowhead Pond
  • 6/18 - Anaheim, CA @ Arrowhead Pond
  • 6/19 - San Jose, CA @ San Jose Arena
  • 6/21 - Sacramento, CA @ ARCO Arena
  • 6/24 - Portland, OR @ Rose Garden Arena
  • 6/26 - Nampa, ID @ Idaho Center
  • 6/30 - Indianapolis, IN @ Conseco Fieldhouse
  • 7/1 - Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
  • 7/2 - Cleveland, OH @ Gund Arena
  • 7/3 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Mellon Arena
  • 7/4 - Toronto, ON @ Molson Amphitheatre
  • 7/6 - Detroit, MI @ Joe Louis Arena
  • 7/7 - Auburn Hills, MI @ Palace Of Auburn Hills
  • 7/8 - Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena
  • 7/9 - Milwaukee, WI @ Bradley Center
  • 7/10 - Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
  • 7/13 - Rochester, NY @ Blue Cross Arena
  • 7/14 - Albany, NY @ Pepsi Arena
  • 7/16 - Scranton, PA @ Coors Light Amph. @ Montage Mountain
  • 7/18 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Union Spectrum
  • 7/19 - Uniondale, NY @ Nassau Coliseum
  • 7/20 - Worcester, MA @ The Centrum
  • 7/21 - Worcester, MA @ The Centrum
  • 7/22 - Hartford, CT @ Hartford Civic Center
  • 7/25 - Buffalo, NY @ HSBC Arena
  • 7/27 - Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Arena
  • 7/29 - Charlotte, NC @ Charlotte Coliseum
  • 8/1 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ National Car Rental Center
  • 8/2 - Tampa, FL @ Ice Palace
  • 8/4 - Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amphitheatre
  • 8/5 - New Orleans, LA @ New Orleans Arena
  • 8/6 - Houston, TX @ Astrodome U.S.A.
  • 8/7 - Dallas, TX @ Starplex Amphitheatre
  • 8/8 - San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome
  • 8/10 - Phoenix, AZ @ America West Arena
  • 8/11 - Las Vegas, NV @ Thomas & Mack Center
  • 8/12 - Fresno, CA @ Selland Arena
  • 8/13 - San Jose, CA @ San Jose Arena
  • 8/15 - Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
  • 8/16 - Vancouver,
  • 8/18 - West Valley, UT @ E Center
  • 8/20 - Englewood, CO @ Fiddler's Green Amph.

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The Up in Smoke Tour was a West Coast hip hop tour in 2000 which was headlined by Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg, also featuring artists Ice Cube, Eminem, Proof, Nate Dogg, Kurupt, D12, MC Ren, Westside Connection, Chilldrin of da Ghetto, Mel-Man, Tha Eastsidaz, Doggy's Angels, Devin The Dude, Warren G, Crucial Conflict, TQ, Truth Hurts, Xzibit, The D.O.C., Hittman, Six-Two, and Ms. Toi.

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The tour was originally called The Boyz in the Hood under the pretext of Dr. Dre's to-be-released collaborative album The Chronic 2000 (later renamed).[1] In September 1999, Snoop Dogg stated that he, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Xzibit, Warren G and Nate Dogg would form the line-up.[2] By April 2000, Ice Cube was on board as part of the tour, which was slated for a June 15 start in San Diego. MC Ren, one time MC of N.W.A, was expected to join the tour in order to have reunited version of N.W.A along with Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and Snoop Dogg.[3] Come May, the tour was officially known as the Up In Smoke Tour,[4] and Dr. Dre was promising fans "It's gonna be incredible. We're gonna give everybody that's been buying our records a real show, something they've never seen before."[5]

By June, the month which the tour began in, plans were finalised with Kurupt joining the tour. It was decided that he would start the opening set, which would be followed by Warren G and Xzibit, then Ice Cube would take the third spot whilst Eminem would take the fourth set. Dr. Dre would be the final set with collaborations including Snoop Dogg and the N.W.A reunion taking place during this segment. MC and N.W.A affiliate The D.O.C. appeared on stage with Dre and Snoop Dogg on July 20, 2000 at The Centrum in Worcester, Massachusetts, when they performed the intro to "Let Me Ride" and "Still D.R.E.".[6] Also, surprise guests were promised during various shows.[7]

In October 2009, Aftermath Entertainment artist Bishop Lamont said to expect another Up in Smoke Tour when Dr. Dre's studio album, Detox was released. Expected to tour were: G-Unit, Eminem, Snoop Dogg and other Aftermath artists. However, with the cancellation of Detox, another Up in Smoke Tour is unconfirmed. In 2015 Dr. Dre hinted to a European tour similar to the Up in Smoke Tour, wanting to call it the Beats & Rhymes tour. Potential guests for the tour, according to Dr. Dre, would be Kendrick Lamar, Eminem and Snoop Dogg.[8] A year later Snoop confirmed that the tour is still in the works.[9]

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The tour's itinerary included the following cities:

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Up In Smoke Tour -All Access Backstage! Part 1-2 -Rare MTV TV Spot- -2000-


Up In Smoke Tour -All Access Backstage! Part 2-2 -Rare MTV TV Spot- -2000-

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Calvin Broadus was born on October 20th 1971, and started rapping when he was eleven years old. Ten years after that he took the stage name Snoop Doggy Dogg to begin recording, and in doing so, changed the face of Hip-Hop forever.

There are more than a few artists around that it’s basically impossible to say anything new about. They have been so scrutinised, so celebrated and so criticised that most of what one can say about them has already been said before. This is very much the case with Snoop Dogg, one of the cast iron legends of Hip-Hop and one of the key influences that make it what it is today, both as a cultural phenomenon, and as (arguably) the dominant force of pop music in the world.

After his rapping caught the attention of Hip-Hop godhead Dr. Dre, the legendary producer gave the up and coming Snoop the exposure of a lifetime by featuring him heavily on his 1992 album “The Chronic”. The California, US native capitalised by releasing the following years “Doggystyle” and promptly became one of the world’s most successful, famous, controversial, and downright feared musicians overnight. Since then his image has softened slightly, he’s more likely to be seen in adverts for Hot Pockets than on trial for murder (as he was in 1996), but he’s diversified to a thrilling degree as a musician.

Not content with giving the world the best G-Funk it’s ever going to get with “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” and “Gin and Juice”, he’s also given it some of its best straight up hip hop with the Pharrell Williams assisted “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and is still unafraid to tread his own path. His most recent reinvention, with a new name (Snoop Lion) and a new reggae sound on the album “Reincarnated”, sees him still going from strength to strength 22 years into his career. With a back catalogue like his, and a bright future to match, you can’t go wrong with the Doggfather himself, Snoop Dogg.

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I was pretty worried that the concert might've been uncomfortable, as I'm a teen that went with their parents. Also, my mom isn't good at keeping her calm in situations surrounded by high intensity and tons of weed (which I guarantee will be at any Snoop concert). But it was the opposite of awkward. It was really fucking fun and people of all ages and backgrounds were there. We sat in the mezzanine, and even that far away from the stage it was high energy and a great vibe. HYPE Everyone was feeling the music and yes, there was shitloads of marijuana, even in a fancy theater venue like the Paramount in Seattle. But it's not overwhelming at all, even if you don't smoke. No one's aggressive or anything of the sort or passing judgement. Everybody's there to flip out over Snoop Dogg, dance, sing their hearts out, and have a good time. Snoop was so charismatic, captivating, and comfortable onstage. He never missed a beat or messed up his lyrics and put on a great show. I lost all inhibition dancing, and I'm usually self-conscious and anxious. Tons of fun. There were about five different groups opening, which lasted around three and a half hours (Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2). Snoop was up there for about an hour and a half. He finished with Young, Wild & Free and spoke about all the hatred in the world in its current situation and how his tour was all about empathy, peace, and love and to stay strong. It was honestly beautiful. The show closed with Bob Marley's jamming. My clothes and hair still smelled like weed the day after. Definitely a must-see.

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Thought the show was very entertaining! Snoop's got a great legacy and his story is definitely worthy of a play (and a movie as well, which we know will happen). Tamar Braxton was perfect as the Angel and WOW was really impressed with La Toya London's performance! Thought physically Lil JJ was too short to play Snoop but he very much acted the part and won me over. Oh and the visuals and sound effects were great too. Every time I heard gunshots I actually turned to make sure it wasn't real. LOL!!! So my only critique was it ran a little long, thought his story could have been told in less time. Other than that great job by everyone, cast, crew, the band.

Oh and forgot how much I despise the seating arrangement at Microsoft Theater. Rows are too long so if you're seated in middle seats you have to scoot by at least 10-14 people to get to your seat, annoying! Also people actually brought infants and small children. This is not a good place to bring children. Hire a babysitter! This along with the high ticket price, convenience charge, taxes and parking fees are probably why I will consider not going here again.

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Okay, who doesn't love Snoop Dogg? Maybe my grandma, but otherwise, I can't think of anyone!

So, when I had the opportunity of a lifetime to see Snoop Dogg (and others) live I was more than thrilled. I was excited as I have ever been in my entire life. I felt like a kid on Christmas morning. Snoop Dogg is a legend in the rap world and he did nothing less than live up to that legacy during this show at Coachella.

He kept the audience involved in the show the entire time. There was not one dull moment, it was probably one of the best nights of my life. At one time, I swear he even looked right at me and pointed and winked at me. I almost died! I was so excited.

His music is well, Snoop Dogg's music and if you like it you love it. I enjoyed all the old school music that he played as well as some of the newer songs he has.

His performance was great. He had me smiling the entire time, I seriously couldn't believe I was seeing Snoop Dogg. Like, it was him, right there in front of me. I will never forget that night. One of the best ever!

Last night's snoop show was a blast !! We puffed puffed passed till we couldn't anymore cuz the show ended but The smooth dark chocolate rapper has done it again in Colorado showing us that his vital stamina and pure heart and soulkeeps him ahead of the pack !! Well since it was spoiled rasta Rosa's 4 th Snoopsy concert in 2016 I'll rate it #2 after the 420 concert with wiz @ Fiddlers Green in April I loved the old school feel with Bone Thigs and harmony it was like my cherry got poped again 18 years later took me right back to the Glorydays !!! Lol I love you Snoop I am your biggest Fan from Colorado. It's funny Snoop was talking about bucket lists last night and go sure smoking with the Dogg face to face blowing o's in each other's face is definitely on my bucket list ! Bring The wifey and Martha we will all get down ! Thank you Snoop for listening to yourself to be who you are you inspire the best of us !!!

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Well, it was great to see him do so many hits, (and I actually really admired the athleticism of the 2 pole dancers on the stage). However, it really felt like he was phoning it in. The show was 1 long medley. I don't think he performed 1 song from beginning to end, and there was definitely a lack of energy on the stage. But, ya know what? My friend and I agreed; if anyone has earned the right to do that, it's him at this point in his career. Now, if I had paid $150 or $300 I would've been pissed and felt ripped off. But the for the $60 I paid, it was fine. We enjoyed the show, and I always enjoy going to the Concord in Chicago - it's a great venue: best acoustics anywhere, plenty of elbow room even for sold out shows, and plenty of bars with little or no waiting.

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The overall show was 5.5 hours so it was good value from that perspective. Kudos to the long line-up. I've seen Snoop perform about 10 times. The good thing is that his overall stage presence was fairly long and he touched on many songs, albums and artists and he made a decent effort. The bad part is that he shortens all the songs by about half, to ensure he can cover more songs (which I think is fine), but also speeds the bpm of songs which makes them a bit disorienting to those that know the songs and lyrics. I didn't love the dancing girls personally but that is a matter of taste. Wow, since he stopped wearing Adidas, his wardrobe style ranking has sure dropped a quite a few levels! ; )

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The quality of the Music was really poor.

we were on the third floor we couldn t hear anything.

and then we moved on the ground floor... It was little bit better but fuck come on..

the quality is much better during a hockey game...

About the artists.... hahaha... i cant say anything about redman et methodman cause we couldnt hear anything... Cypress was good and Snoop is over with his commercial music now.

I missed "the up in smoke tour" 2001

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Show was great whole way thur cant wait till next show see you again what day I can remember is I saw you come through with a Letterman's jacket on and then you walk over to the side and you took it off in like a white tent and you came out on stage in the sweat suitthat CUZZ I was like oh my God he's going to be so hot and then I watched the whole way the whole show and I was like this dude didn't sweat at least one time LOL great show please come again.

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The concert all the way around was so LIT

I have been to many concerts and I would have to say by far the best concert I have ever witnessed in my life. I can’t even say who was better Bone Thugz, Warren G and Snoop where all amazing !!! I am so happy that I was able to witness this concert and the storm going down in the back round just made the concert that much better !!

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It sucked. Cypress hill was dope... if they promoted that snoop dogg and wiz were collaborating and performing together I would have never gone. It was garbage snoop should just stick to himself on stage and play his style of music. Don't waste your money on going. Unless u like that new style of "hip hop" than its perfect but if not than definitely don't waste your money

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The smoke hasn't settled yet, but there can be no doubt that this summer's "Up In Smoke" tour had the biggest fire of any touring music show. This Hip Hop All-Stars show features Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Eminem, Ice Cube and other special guests in a program offering many surprises, from onstage to backstage to scenes from the road shot by the artists themselves on home video cameras.

They may be every parent's nightmare, but the rap all-stars that comprise the 2000 Up in Smoke tour (smoke, as in blunts and chronic--or marijuana, for the uninitiated) are incredibly popular with a surprising cross-section of young music lovers today. This two-hour-plus DVD captures most of one concert by the four rappers who joined together for this tour: Ice Cube, Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg. If you aren't a fan of the music, don't expect this to change your mind or even to help you understand these rappers' appeal. For the devoted, however, you get heaping doses of four of the hottest acts working, in a show that includes lavish production values as well as plenty of backstage footage and photographs as extra features. Given the slice-and-dice editing (no shot, it seems, is allowed to last more than two seconds), it's hard to get a fix on them or a true picture of what the show looked like if you happened to be sitting in the audience. --Marshall Fine

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  • Aspect Ratio ‏ : ‎ 1.33:1
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  • Run time ‏ : ‎ 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • Release date ‏ : ‎ December 19, 2000
  • Actors ‏ : ‎ Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg
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Snoop Dogg Surprises Everyone As Tha Dogg Pound Reunites For Bouncy "Smoke Up"

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Snoop and Tha Dogg Pound did some excellent marketing for this song.

Just hours ago , word came out that Tha Dogg Pound, could be up to something exciting . Numerous reports, including from us, discovered that Snoop Dogg was resharing some clips from other rap icons and current stars all asking similar questions. "Dog, I gotta question: what happened to Tha Dogg Pound? I heard they broke up, is that true? That’s what I heard." Those were the words of Swizz Beatz , but others such as Tyrese Gibson, Flavor Flav, and NLE Choppa were sending in the same inquiries. Well, we have now come to learn that those FaceTime calls were being compiled for a single from Tha Dogg Pound called "Smoke Up."

It all makes sense when you watch the music video below. They were all chopped together before Snoop finally comes in and shuts down the breakup rumors. "Damn, everybody sayin' the same s*** huh. Well, check this out. F*** what you heard." It then cuts to a G-funk banger with the trio sporting matching tracksuits.

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Snoop, Kurupt , and Daz Dillinger sound extremely hungry over the hard-hitting instrumental as they call out all the people saying the group was finished. It has the ultimate 90s feel and this one of the best posse cuts we have heard so far. After the song ends, it seems there is another snippet of some other track and an interesting outro. It involves dolls of Snoop, Michael Myers, and The Joker; yes you heard that correctly.

What are your thoughts on this brand-new single "Smoke Up" by Tha Dogg Pound and Snoop Dogg? Is the start of something bigger for Snoop and the rap group, why or why not? Who had the strongest performance on the track and why? What are your thoughts on the music video? We would like to hear what you have to say, so be sure to leave your takes in the comments section. Additionally, always keep it locked in with  HNHH  for all of the latest news surrounding Tha Dogg Pound and Snoop Dogg. Finally, stay with us for everything else going on around the music world.

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It is still DPG for life in Tha Dogg Pound’s new video, “Smoke Up” featuring Snoop Dogg.

Beginning with a group of celebs face timing to big up the crew and questioning the group’s break up, the Dah Dah-directed clip centers the West Coast trio reunited and trading bars over Rick Rock’s hard-hitting production.

“One-two-three o’clock / Four o’clock, rock Tududu / Pass past the spot where the homie serve rocks,” raps Kurupt on the opening verse.

Daz Dillinger adds, “See, everything they talking about be fabricated / We do this shit for life, motherfucker, so don’t hate it,” while Uncle Snoop lights up to the hook. “Somebody said the Dogg Pound broke up / Shut yo bitch ass up, nigga, now smoke up Tududu.”

“Smoke Up” is the first single off Tha Dogg Pound’s upcoming album, W.A.W.G. (We All We Got ) due this June.

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Here's what Snoop Dogg meant by 'giving up the smoke'

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He got us — again.

Last week, Snoop Dogg's surprising announcement that he was "giving up the smoke" had fans scratching their heads, wondering whether this was really the cannabis connoisseur's final dance with the drug or if he had something up his sleeve as fuel for the ambiguous social media post.

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But now, it's clear it's the latter: Snoop is in fact "giving up the smoke," just not the kind that wafts off a  marijuana  product.

The West Coast rapper, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, announced Monday the true reason he's going smokeless is because of Solo Stove, the creator of the smokeless fire pit. 

"I have an announcement: I'm giving up smoke," Snoop said in a video posted to his social media. "I know what you thinking: 'Snoop, smoke is kinda your whole thing.' But I'm done with it. Done with the coughing and my clothes smelling all sticky-icky. I'm going smokeless."

As it turns out, the whole ruse was an ad campaign for his new position as being Solo Stove's "smokesman" to support the company's "quest to eliminate smoke from backyards everywhere," it said in a press release.

"I love a good fire outside, but the smoke was too much,"  Snoop Dogg  said. "Solo Stove fixed fire and took out the smoke. They changed the game, and now I'm excited to spread the love and stay warm with my friends and family."

The collaboration means Snoop will partner with Solo Stove in innovating smokeless products and in designing "Snoop Dogg x Solo Stove" products. The line kicks off with a $349.99 limited edition bundle that includes a Snoop-designed Bonfire Fire Pit, a fire pit stand, a "Going Smokeless" bucket hat and a Snoop x Solo sticker pack, the company's website says.

Though many fans seemed torn when the 52-year-old rapper made the first anti-smoke announcement Thursday — with some congratulating the notorious weed lover on the end of the era and others believing he was creating his own edibles company — the energy seemed pretty uniform in the comments on the Solo Stove post: that this was a stroke of genius for whoever was in charge of the product's marketing campaign.

The rapper has often used his known affection for cannabis as a tool of promotion, particularly with his multiple ventures in the industry.

In 2015, he became a minor investor in Eaze, a California-based  cannabis  delivery service company, and he launched Merry Jane, a digital media business focused on news about marijuana. Also that year, he announced Leafs By Snoop, a branded  cannabis  company featuring marijuana flowers, edibles and concentrates. There's also "Double G News," his YouTube show in which he smokes and chats with celebrities.

And as he said in the ending of his Solo Stove video, going "smokeless" is just another "clever" move for the canna-businessman.

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Breaking Down the Ridiculousness of Drake’s “Taylor Made” Kendrick Diss With AI Tupac and Snoop Dogg

Drake used AI technology to come after Kendrick Lamar again. Here’s what it all means.

Drake just made an insane chess move in his rap war with Kendrick Lamar by using artificial intelligence to pit two of Dot’s idols, Tupac and Snoop Dogg, against him.

You might be asking yourself, “What the fuck is going on?” And you’d be asking the right question. Right after the internet was sent into a tailspin with a viral Kendrick response track that Complex debunked as being the work of AI, Drake doubled down on his own instigation tactics when he dropped an AI-assisted diss song “Taylor Made Freestyle” on Instagram Friday night. 

On the nearly four-minute song, Drake uses AI technology to make it sound like Tupac and Snoop Dogg are pleading with Kendrick to respond to the OVO rapper and protect west coast rap’s legacy. After AI Tupac and AI Snoop finish their verses, Drake comes in and lays an impressive verse himself, calling Dot a coward for not dropping yet. And he does it all over a beat that sounds like it could be found by searching “West Coast type beat” on YouTube (likely by design). According to DJ Akademiks, Drake allegedly wrote both of the verses for AI Tupac and AI Snoop Dogg, which would make sense given their sarcastic nature (and how similar their cadences are to his).

The title “Taylor Made” is Drake’s way of saying that Kendrick is waiting to release his response track because Taylor Swift made him get out of the way of her massive album, The Tortured Poets Department, which dropped on Friday. Drake is playing into the narrative that Kendrick gets pushed around by the music industry machine and isn’t in control of his own destiny, rapping lines like, “Now we gotta wait a fucking week 'cause Taylor Swift is your new Top/ And if you 'bout to drop, she gotta approve.”

This war between Drake, Kendrick, and half the rap game continues to be the most unpredictable battle that rap has seen in decades. Here’s a breakdown of each verse in “Taylor Made Freestyle” and an explanation of what it all means.

The Al Tupac verse:

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Kendrick has a well-documented admiration for Tupac Shakur (he even used audio from an unreleased Pac interview to make it sound like they were talking to each other at the end of “Mortal Man” ) which makes it even more devious for Drake to create a sarcastic AI Pac verse aimed at Dot. 

AI Pac opens the song by pleading for Kendrick to respond to “Push Ups” and implying that the lights might be too bright for Dot: “Kendrick we need ya, the West Coast savior/ Engraving your name in some hip-hop history/ If you deal with this viciously/ You seem a little nervous about all the publicity.” 

Then AI Pac gives Kendrick some advice for his impending response track to Drake: “Talk about him liking young girls as a gift from me/ Heard it on the Budden Podcast, it's gotta be true.” This is a reference to comments that Joe Budden made on a recent podcast where he called Drake out for predatory behavior and played an old clip of the Toronto rapper interacting with a 17-year-old fan at a show. This seems to be Drake’s way of getting ahead of whatever potential ammo Kendrick might try to use against him in a reply track.   

Drake then takes another jab at Kendrick’s stature through AI Pac with bars like, “ They told me the spirit of Makaveli is alive / In the nigga under five-foot-five, so it's gotta be you.” He goes on to reference Dot’s line about “burning tattoos” on “Like That” and says that Drake “is not amused,” before sarcastically questioning why Dot “asked for the smoke” but now seems “too busy for the smoke.” 

Through AI Pac, Drake says people are “confused” about why he hasn’t dropped a reply yet, and implies that Kendrick is being forced to wait because Taylor Swift (who is also signed under Universal Music Group) had already planned to release her big album this week: “'Bout to give this shit another week/ And fall back to homegirl who runnin' numbers up/ I woulda refused/ Fuck these industry relationships, she not in your shoes.”

Drake closes AI Pac’s verse by questioning Kendrick’s “boogeyman” persona (a reputation he’s earned for leaving other artists in fear of stepping to him) before passing the verse to AI Snoop. 

The Al Snoop Dogg verse:

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AI Snoop Dogg opens his verse by rapping, “Nephew, what the fuck you really 'bout to do?/ We passed you the torch in the House of Blues,” which references the infamous moment in 2011 when Snoop, Dr. Dre, and The Game passed the symbolic west coast rap torch to Kendrick in front of a live audience. Drake then uses AI Snoop to imply that Kendrick isn’t capable of doing the “dirty work” of shooting back at him because he’s “never been to jail or wore jumpsuits and shower shoes/ Never shot nobody, never stabbed nobody/ Never did nothing violent and know when it's the homies that empower you.” AI Snoop (and Drake) are basically saying that Kendrick is not “like that,” despite all of his tough talk in verses.

After making some very basic owl analogies (probably on purpose), AI Snoop raps, “Now's a time to really make a power move/ 'Cause right now it's looking like you writing out the game plan on how to lose/ How to bark up the wrong tree and then get your head popped in a crowded room.” The tail-end of that bar is Drake’s way of calling back Kendrick’s canine/K-9 double entendre on “Like That” and using it against him, saying that he “[barked] up the wrong tree.” Later, AI Snoop raps that the “world is watching this chess game, but oh, you out of moves,” evoking imagery from the “First Person Shooter” music video where Drake and Cole recreated the photo of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo playing chess . Drake closes AI Snoop’s verse by poking fun at Kendrick’s status as a rappers’ rapper, saying, “Dot, you know that the OG never fucking doubted you/ But right now it seem like you posted up without a clue/ Of what the fuck you 'bout to do.” Then he passes the song back to himself.

The Drake verse:

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On the third verse, Drake finally takes the AI effects off and raps in his own voice. After agreeing with AI Uncle Snoop’s lyrics, he raps, “I'm definitely about to come around the Lang gang and let my fucking bowel move/ Shitting on you niggas from a whole different altitude/ High up in the sky like I'm Howard Hughes.” This is a self-explanatory bar about Drake shitting on Kendrick’s pgLang label, as he compares himself to aerospace engineer, pilot, and business mogul Howard Hughes , who was known in his lifetime as being one of the richest people in the world. 

Drake goes on to say that “Push Ups” only took him “an hour or two” to make and hints that his next diss track will “bring out the coward” in Kendrick. Then Drake digs deeper into his belief that Dot didn’t drop his reply this weekend because he was forced to stay out of Taylor Swift’s way. “But now we gotta wait a fucking week 'cause Taylor Swift is your new Top/ And if you 'bout to drop, she gotta approve/ This girl really 'bout to make you act like you not in a feud/ She tailor-made your schedule with Ant, you out of the loop,” Drake raps, insinuating that Swift is Kendrick’s new boss. More specifically, he compares her to Kendrick’s old Top Dog Entertainment boss (Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith), who he also rapped about on “Push Ups,” and implies that she and Top dictate Dot’s release schedule.

After calling Kendrick a “corporate industry puppet” for getting out of the way of Taylor’s release, Drake questions why Dot hasn’t maintained the energy he had on “Like That” over these last few weeks, rapping, “Since ‘Like That’ your tone changed a little, you not as enthused/ How are you not in the booth?/ It feel like you kinda removed/You tryna let this shit die down/Nah, nah, nah, not this time nigga, you followin' through.” Drake is dead set on the idea that Dot is trying to duck him because he hasn’t responded within a week, despite the fact that it took him three weeks to respond to “Like That” with “Push Ups.” 

Drake closes his verse by continuing to taunt Kendrick about not responding immediately, rapping, “I guess you need another week to figure out how to improve/ What the fuck is taking so long? We waitin' on you.” Then he makes sure that the rest of his opposition know that he still has more bars for them whenever they decide to drop, too: “The rest of y'all are definitely involved, y'all gettin it too/ Soon as you get the courage to drop, I'm out on the loose.”

Then he sends even more shots in the outro, calling Taylor Swift the “biggest gangster in the music game right now” (possibly a sub at Rick Ross, who called her song titles “gangsta” on Friday), before referencing his own lyrics on “Red Button” about her being the only artist who can make him move his album release dates. Drake says Swift has pgLang “on mute,” like the viral Beyonce challenge , and calls out Kendrick one more time, saying he’s “in that NY apartment, you strugglin right now.” (Kendrick bought a penthouse in Brooklyn late last year.)

Was it effective?

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Drake’s decision to use artificial intelligence in a diss track is a polarizing development in this feud. Assuming that Akademiks is correct and Drake did in fact write and rap the first two verses himself (before applying AI Tupac and Snoop filters to his voice), it was a very clever chess move to use Kendrick’s idols against him. It further dramatizes an already theatrical beef, and it’s a way for Drake to try and remove potential disses from the board that Kendrick could’ve used against him. After weeks of discussion about AI in rap, thanks to all of the fake diss tracks popping up, Drake leaned into his internet-savvy ways and figured out how to use the technology as a weapon in his own diss song. 

It was a clever move, but let’s not pretend it’s all positive, though. All is fair in love and rap war, so it’s hard to argue the moral permissibility of Drake evoking the voice of a deceased artist like Pac, especially when Dot also used deepfake AI technology in his “The Heart Part 5” music video to look like Kobe Bryant and Nipsey Hussle. But there’s a difference. Dot got the approval of Nip’s family and was using the tech to pay homage to the late icons, and Drake is using it in a much different context. We also have to take into account the potentially dangerous symbolism of a massive artist like Drake embracing AI technology, and he shouldn’t be lauded as a creative mastermind for it. 200 high-profile artists just signed a petition to protect music from shit like this. With disinformation already running rampant on the internet, the last thing rap needs is the voices of the dead popping up on diss tracks. 

Drake questioning Kendrick’s “boogeyman” persona through AI Tupac hit harder than if he had just rapped it himself, and there is something very Lex Luthor about him even thinking of this in the first place, but seeing the biggest artist in the genre championing this cheap gimmick (especially while evoking the voice of a deceased legend to get a one-up on someone in a petty diss track) is pretty lame to me. I don’t think it’s necessarily a precursor for things to come that aren’t already happening, but AI in hip-hop is too new (and the lines are still too muddy) for it to be used in this way without taking a minute to think of potentially nasty applications in the future.

What’s next?

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“Taylor Made Freestyle” is no “Back to Back,” but Drake has made it clear that he desperately wants Kendrick to respond to his jabs and keep the rap war going. He isn’t ducking any smoke from the rest of his opposition, either, so it sounds like the ball is in everyone else’s court now. 

Make no mistake, Kendrick Lamar will respond to Drake—it’s just a matter of when. Drake is trying to rush him, but it took the OVO artist three weeks to “leak” his initial response to “Like That” on April 13, and Mal said on the New Rory and Mal podcast that he’s heard whispers of Kendrick preparing to drop an album in May, so that might be when we hear a response. It’s important to remember that good rap responses can take time. Nas waited three months after Jay-Z dropped “Takeover” in Sept. 2001 before he released “Ether” in December of that year. Let Dot cook.


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