Confirmed, Snoop Dogg will perform concerts in Monterrey and Mexico City
This week, Mexican Snoop Dogg fans have received good news, as everything points to the rapper will be on Aztec soil in 2019.
It was the concert promoter Media Leader Producciones who unveiled the scoop.
Snoop Doggy Dogg" is expected to visit Mexico to promote their new album "I Wanna Thank Me".
The American rapper Snoop Dogg is undoubtedly one of the main musical figures in the world today, his image is undoubtedly characteristic of our time and his words and actions are closely followed by millions of people in social networks, hence he dares to give his opinion on politics, economy, football or any other subject.
Therefore, it is nice to know that Snoop Dogg is announcing his concert in Mexico, which will be in the city of Monterrey on Friday, November 1 at the Forum Monterrey, which will also present what will be his new album "I Wanna Thank Me", which will be released in the fall of this year and whose single of the same name has begun to sound on Spotify.
After releasing Bible of Love last year, Snoop Dogg recently released his new song I Wanna Thank Me, which talks about the rapper's journey from the violent streets of Long Beach to become a figure in rap and pop culture in general. In the end, he puts a small fragment of The Next Episode, one of his most famous songs.
In this way, he understands his career as the result of an evolution that has led him to a wealth built through work, as well as the importance that his friends have had for him, always enjoying the moment and sharing it with those who leave.
That's why we're sure that Snoop Dogg will present an exclusive epic show, plagued with all its hits on Friday, November 1st at the Forum Monterrey. Tickets on sale at the Superboletos System, Palacio de Hierro, and Tiendas Innova Sport.
It is worth mentioning that it will also make presentations in Mexico City, although the dates have not yet been confirmed.
The last time Snoop performed in the country was in 2015 when he headed the Ceremony Festival.
More updates will follow.