The 'Malice N Wonderland' rapper will help open the 'Torpedo' tour in Detroit, and plans to release his duet track with Charlie Sheen in three or four days.
Snoop Dogg will join Charlie Sheen in his upcoming "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour. In a recent interview on Mojo in the Morning radio show, the former star of "Two and a Half Men" confirmed that the rapper will join him at least for the first part of the 20-city tour.
Talking further about whether he will trade verses with the rapper, Charlie said, "Depends what kind of mood I'm in." The actor will kick off the tour in Detroit and will fill it with featured guests, music and a multimedia presentation. He reportedly has hired a former porn actress to sing the National Anthem.
Snoop Dogg and Charlie Sheen recently hit studio together, and the West Coast MC has broken his silence about their joint project. "Me and Charlie, we're working on something right now in the studio. Trying to put some music together. Something real crazy," Snoop said on "Lopez Tonight".
"He's a brilliant guy. I'm having so much fun just being around him," he continued to praise Charlie. "I love having relationships with different people who aren't the normal, who aren't the usual. One thing about Charlie, he's not normal, he's not usual."
Described as a "real classic material," the joint track will most likely make its way out sometime soon. "We'll probably put something out on Twitter in about three or four days," Snoop revealed to George Lopez.