On the front line of Detroit’s new generation of rappers delivering raw and uncut music encapsulating the city’s harsh realities, Snap Dogg has been building anticipation for today’s release of his Sacrifices mixtape with a series of popular freestyles including remixes to 6ix9ine’s “Gummo” and “Kooda,” King Louie’s “B.O.N.,” and YBN Nahmir’s “Rubbin Off the Paint”. Following recent collaborations on with Lil Baby and Lil Durk, the project finds him teaming up with Snoop Dogg, Fetty Wap, Trae Tha Truth, CashPaid Elway, and Casanova.
Snap Dogg’s unapologetic approach and true-to-life rhymes solidify his status as one of rap’s most authentic newcomers. Last week he shared the video single “Trick Them Off the Streets,” which quickly surpassed 150K views and has been generating radio interest as it flips a popular Vanessa Carlton piano sample and is layered with rattling drums. Snap Dogg’s first full-length since he was introduced with 2016’s Menace 2 Society and Problem Child of Detroit projects, Sacrifices is now available on all streaming platforms.