Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Here's that Eddie Murphy/Snoop Dogg reggae song that no one asked for

Eddie Murphy has taken it upon himself to stop making crappy comedy movies that no one will see and rededicate himself to his music career (instert Tower Heist joke here). Pluto Nash himself has a whole reggae album in the works and has released a single called "Red Light" that features an obligatory verse of doo-doo rhymes from Snoop Dogg.

Here's that Eddie Murphy/Snoop Dogg reggae song that no one asked for

Eddie Murphy has taken it upon himself to stop making crappy "comedy" movies that no one will see and rededicate himself to his music career (instert Tower Heist joke here). Pluto Nash himself has a whole reggae album in the works and has released a single called "Red Light" that features an obligatory verse of doo-doo rhymes from Snoop Dogg.

The video for the single hit the Internet earlier this summer, but it wasn't clear at the time whether it was just a one-off jam or if it would be part of a larger project from the actor formerly known as Axel Foley. Murphy recently joined Twitter and sent out a link to the "Red Light" single, announcing it was the first offering from his forthcoming album, 9.

Yay.

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