The Dogg Pound Readies Mixtape Series 'D.P.G.C.ology' With DJ Nik Bean

Added: 15 April 2012 | Read 618 times

Daz and Kurupt of The Dogg Pound are teaming up with Los Angeles’ DJ Nik Bean to release a new series of mixtapes called D.P.G.C.’ology. The collective have decided to drop the first project on April 20 (4/20) at exactly 4:20 pm EST.

“This is what me and Daz live for – music – forever and a day,” said Kurupt about the new series. “I’m excited to be a part of this new mixtape series. I’ve always had a great rapport with Daz and Kurupt and I look forward to many more successful projects,” added DJ Nik Bean.

Daz and Kurupt are also still preparing their upcoming album, Alumni, with Executive Producers, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.


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