Snoop Dogg Presents-Welcome
To Tha House, Vol. 1
Press Release - Girls Gone Wild 8/12/2002 by Ashley D
SNOOP'S GONE WILD, AS RAPPER'S DOGGY STYLES ALL-STARS PROJECT
UNLOCKS SPECIAL CD-KEY "GIRLS GONE WILD" BONUS CONTENT
When fans buy Snoop Dogg's new Doggy Style All-Stars album
Welcome to Tha House, Vol. 1., they'll have more on their
hands than just great music: they'll also have the key to
hot and sexy footage of Snoop consorting with the beautiful
co-eds of "Girls Gone Wild Doggy Style," the latest edition
of the outrageous home video series. Available exclusively
to album buyers, the bonus content can be found by logging
on to www.doggystylerecords.com or www.snoopdogg.com. Doggy
Style and MCA Records have used Infotects CDKey technology
that identifies the album in the owner's CD-ROM drive, permitting
rewards to be delivered securely and only to intended end-users.
For Doggy Style fans, the feature opens the door to a peek
behind the scenes on location with "Girls Gone Wild Doggy
Style," unreleased music tracks from the album, and a preview
of the soon to be released Doggy Style All Stars “Doggumentary”
DVD. Welcome to Tha House Vol. 1. arrives in stores August
Welcome To Tha House, Vol. 1. is Snoop's debut release with
MCA Records. The collection was executive produced by Snoop
Dogg and showcases his Doggy Style All Stars, which includes
himself, Soopafly, LaToiya Williams, Mr.
Kane, and E-White, with appearances from Special Ed, Cam'ron,
Nate Dogg, RBX, Daz Dillenger, Lady of Rage, and Prodigy of
Mobb Deep. Among the album's producers are DJ Premier, the
Alchemist, DJ Scratch, and Hi-Tek. LaToiya Williams' "Fallen
Star" is the album's first single and video, to be followed
by "Doh Doh," which will be performed on "The Tonight Show"
August 16 by Snoop, Soopafly, Kane and White. Snoop is also
working on a solo album for MCA due later this year.
The bonus content includes choice clips from "Girls Gone Wild
Doggy Style." Snoop Dogg is the first-ever celebrity host
in the latest installment of the mega-successful Girls Gone
Wild series, due out in DVD and VHS formats in early September.
The 60-minute home video takes viewers to New Orleans for
Mardi Gras 2002 to witness the real-life hedonism that ensues
when a high-profile rapper (with a camera crew in tow) wades
into throngs of uninhibited revelers. Snoop Dogg not only
hosts the program, he directed some of the segments as well.