Snoop Dogg & Dolly Parton To Feature On Pop Star Bebe Rexha's New Album

31 March 2023 | 10:01 am | Mary Varvaris

Who wouldn't want Snoop Dogg and Dolly Parton on their album?

(Snoop Dogg: Supplied, Dolly Parton from YouTube)

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Bebe Rexha is releasing her new album, Bebe, on 28 April. The album follows her 2021 record, Better Mistakes, which featured collaborations with Travis Barker, Doja Cat, and Lil Uzi Vert.

Bebe will include the chart mainstay and Grammy-nominated single; I’m Good (Blue) with David Guetta, as well as Snoop Dogg appearing on the unreleased track Satellite and Dolly Parton on the unheard Seasons.

Rexha recently released a follow-up single to I’m Good (Blue), The Heart Wants What It Wants

She said about the song (via The Line Of Best Fit): “It’s an anthem about wanting what you want and not being apologetic for it. It could be anything you feel conflicted about wanting and not specific to romance… At a place in life after a pandemic where sad songs are of the past, I just want everyone to have a good time.”

Her newest single, Call On Me, is out now.

Dolly Parton will also release a collaborative album soon entitled Rock Star.

In a recent appearance on the talk show, The View, the 9 To 5 singer shared some of the names appearing on her upcoming, aptly titled Rock Star album.

"If I’m going to be in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, I better do something to earn it," she told the panel on The View. "So I’m doing a rock ‘n’ roll album and I’m having a lot of the rock stars that I met that night be on the album with me."

The music superstar has unveiled some big names who will appear on the album: Sir Paul McCartney, P!nk, John Fogerty, Stevie Nicks, and Brandi Carlile.

She also said that P!nk and Brandi Carlile will accompany her on a cover of the Rolling Stones classic, Satisfaction; Nicks, Fogerty, and vocalists Steve Perry (Journey), Steven Tyler (Aerosmith), and Cher are also appearing on unannounced tracks.

Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg recently made his long-awaited return to Australia after a 19-year absence. The tour included teasing a Dr Dre appearance, hanging out with Ed Sheeran and Russell Crowe, and putting on a show so goddamn good that reviewers struggled to sum up the show.

The Music’s review of Snoop’s gig in Melbourne reads: “From the second Snoop takes the stage, all 6’3 of him, he does not take his foot off the gas. Every song is a highlight because his solo music is infinitely beloved, and his choice of collaborations has led to some of the most iconic releases in the last 30 years. Everyone from your mum to your little cousin can name a Snoop song; such is the breadth of his appeal.”

Pre-order Bebe Rexha's Bebe here.