Producer Frequency Hooks Up With Snoop Dogg

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New York, NY -- Up and coming producer Frequency celebrates his first major placement on the upcoming Snoop Dogg LP "The Blue Carpet Treatment," due in stores on November 21. The track is called "Think About It" (ATTACHED), and it features Snoop spittin' lyrical fire for nearly four minutes straight. Frequency, who is also known for his work with Cam'ron, Raekwon, Masta Ace, Wordsworth, El Da Sensei, and others, is poised to be the next great Hip-Hop producer coming out of New York.



The track Snoop is most excited about, however, is one with up-and-coming producer Frequency and called "Think About It." "I rap like before I got with Dre, before I got in the game," Snoop said. "I didn't really trip off no concept. I don't really, like, focus on making no hooks, I don't really want no singing on it, I don't really wanna say anything that's too political, or say anything that's too fun.
"I just wanna express what's on my heart."



The West Coast OG lets his mind spray throughout Tha Blue Carpet Treatment, covering a wide range of topical prose. The soulful opener "Think About It" pits Frequency's grandiose instrumentation against Snoop's state-of-the-union address ("Basically, you hear the rappers out here using my flow/But they need Snoop on their record to make it official, though").



Frequency wins the New York leg of the Scion King of the Beats Producer Contest, hosted by Doug E. Fresh and Dante Ross, and judged by Pete Rock and Prince Paul.

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