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Long Time 2pac Fan Interviews Snoop Dogg During Video Shoot

Snoop Dogg took to Instagram to share a video where long time 2pac fan and producer for Corrider Digital, asked him what he had learned from the rap icon.

Hip Hop legend Snoop Dogg, with the help of Corrider Digital, will bring 2pac back to life in a new music video.

The video that will feature a deepfake 2pac is for the single “I C Your Bullsh*t”, which appears on his latest studio album “I Wanna Thank Me”. Read more on this story here.

Long Time 2pac Fan, Interviews Snoop Dogg During Video Shoot

Jake, producer for Corridor Digital, grew up in Minnesota hearing 2pac. “You can ask anyone I know back then, but I was a very very big 2pac fan,” says the long time 2pac fan.

In short video clip posted by Snoop Dogg, Jake asks Snoop what he had learned from being around 2pac.

“I think what I learned from 2Pac was basically a different type of work ethic. I always had a good work ethic about myself as far as being timely and being on point and being a professional,”said Snoop.

“But, he just showed me how to be a little more faster at it as far as getting to the meat of it all and not really just listening to it all the time, and not absorbing it but more just doing it and keep doing it and doing it,” explained Snoop to Jake.

“Let the engineer mix it and master it, not fall in love with it, but fall in love with the craft of being able to do it and continue to do it.”

2pac is well known for his work ethic. Recording hundreds of music before his passing. Songs that were later released on posthumous albums, some of which have yet to be released officially.

Many who shared the studio with 2pac have said he would record on average three songs a day. This type of work rate would enable 2pac to record his last album for Death Row Records, “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory“. An album which he finished in three days.

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“But I feel like that was something that was passed on to me and now, I’m showing it through my work ethic as far as different things I do and the way I diversify myself. [I’m gonna] pass that on to the young generation to show them that you can do the same thing I’m doing ’cause that’s an old man if I’m doing it,” added Snoop.

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