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Snoop Dogg’s songs turned into lullaby album

Zach Brendza
Snoop Dogg arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of “The Addams Family” at Westfield Century City on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019.

Some of the biggest Snoop Dogg tracks have been turned into baby jams.

“Lullaby Renditions of Snoop Dogg” was released Nov. 29 on vinyl for Record Store Day’s Black Friday 2019 event by Rockabye Baby!, a label that takes “music parents love and transforms it into soothing instrumental lullabies.”

The album will be officially released Dec. 6.

The LP features 12 Snoop songs including “Gin and Juice,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and “Young, Wild & Free.”

Rockabye Baby! has also done lullaby versions of Lady Gaga, Iron Maiden, Prince, Kiss and The Smiths songs, among others.

Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter .

Categories: AandE | Music
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