Snoop Dogg’s interview history was Mercury Cougar, drives Impala in new clip

After releasing his latest album, AlgorithmSnoop Dogg draws attention to his own drive, a 1968 Mercury Cougar. The rapper had it as a background during an interview and showed another vintage car in his new music video, a convertible Chevrolet Impala.

Snoop Dogg has released his new compilation album, Algorithm, Friday, November 19. The rapper announced the album in late September and has been promoting it ever since. The release comes just a few months after the release of his latest album on the market, From rue 2 to suites, in April 2021.

Now, in an interview with Revolt TV, Snoop Dogg showed up with a full afro hairstyle, while casually leaning his elbow on the door of his 1968 Mercury Cougar and holding a hand on top of the car . What better background is there?

The car in question is a very nice car that he presented for his 50th anniversary, over a month ago, a Mercury Cougar. The 1968 models had a 4.9-liter V8 engine as standard, which developed 210 horsepower, and three other engine options. But given all the upgrades Snoop has given it, including a unique mural on the trunk, we’re not sure the car still has its original specs. The vehicle also includes a tribute to Kobe Bryant, alongside his Lakers teammates who celebrated a victory.

As Snoop Dogg released a new music video titled “Go to War”, among the vehicles featured, Snoop sat in a black 1958 convertible Chevrolet Impala. It’s no surprise that Snoop chose a vintage vehicle to ride in his. last clip, which features several other classic cars.

Just recently he also added a Cutlass Supreme to his collection and he bought his wife, Shante Broadus, a 1966 Mustang GT, for his 50th birthday.

And, after 30 years in the industry, his latest album, which features 25 tracks, does not disappoint.

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