Snoop Dogg And Eminem Have Hinted At New Music Together With Studio Photograph

It looks like Eminem and Snoop Dogg could be about to get back in the studio together.

In the picture shared on Snoop’s Instagram account the pair are stood in a recording studio, with the caption – ‘Detroit. Tommoro. 8 pm. Redemption of a Dogg had to c M. To get the stamp’.

Could this be a sign that there’s new music to come?

With the pair having never released a single together apart from Snoop’s appearance on Eminem’s ‘The Marshall Mathers LP’ , on the track ‘Bitch Please II’, die hard fans of them both will definitely be hoping so.

However, try not to get too excited too soon.


The chances are that Mathers – who has homes in Michigan – is just going to see the Gin and Juice rapper’s stage show, Redemption of a Dog, which is being shown for the first time tonight.

The production, which is written and directed by award-winning playwright Je’Caryous Johnson, stars Snoop himself and tells the story of his life. It also marks 25 years since he released his first album Doggystyle.

According to a press release about the play, it is an ‘urban theatre’ experience that tells the story of a gangsta rapper, family man and man of God.

It says: “Redemption of a Dogg examines the internal battle one man has between preserving his life-long legacy and losing the love of his life when he is faced with choosing fame and fortune over faith and family.”

But who knows, fresh from the insane success of his tenth studio album, Kamikaze, which has already gone platinum, maybe Slim is striking while the iron is hot.


His second album in just a year, it was a surprise to most of his fans and gave him his ninth consecutive number one album – which broke a 36 year UK record, held by Abba and Led Zeppelin.

And this recent bout of success is no doubt been helped by his long-standing and bitter feud with fellow rapper, Machine Gun Kelly, which seems to have been going forever – at this point I’m not really sure what the deal is.

Do they like each other, do they not? Do we care? Well, clearly we do, but why?

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/snoopdogg

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Mysterious radio signals from deep space detected – BBC News

Astronomers have revealed details of mysterious signals emanating from a distant galaxy, picked up by a telescope in Canada.

The precise nature and origin of the blasts of radio waves is unknown.

Among the 13 bursts of fast radio waves, known as FRBs, was a very unusual repeating signal, coming from the same source about 1.5 billion light years away.

Such an event has only been reported once before, by a different telescope.

“Knowing that there is another suggests that there could be more out there,” said Ingrid Stairs, an astrophysicist from the University of British Columbia (UBC).

“And with more repeaters and more sources available for study, we may be able to understand these cosmic puzzles – where they’re from and what causes them.”

The CHIME observatory, located in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, consists of four 100-metre-long, semi-cylindrical antennas, which scan the entire northern sky each day.

The telescope only got up and running last year, detecting 13 of the radio bursts almost immediately, including the repeater.

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The research has now been published in the journal Nature.

“We have discovered a second repeater and its properties are very similar to the first repeater,” said Shriharsh Tendulkar of McGill University, Canada.

“This tells us more about the properties of repeaters as a population.”

FRBs are short, bright flashes of radio waves, which appear to be coming from almost halfway across the Universe.

So far, scientists have detected about 60 single fast radio bursts and two that repeat. They believe there could be as many as a thousand FRBs in the sky every day.

There are a number of theories about what could be causing them.

They include a neutron star with a very strong magnetic field that is spinning very rapidly, two neutron stars merging together, and, among a minority of observers, some form of alien spaceship.

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