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Watch Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E-40 and Too $hort’s Debut as Supergroup Mt. Westmore

Mt. Westmore assembles in Triller’s Fight Club pay-per-view event.

After months of teasing, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, E-40, and Too $hort, made their debut as the rap supergroup Mt. Westmore last night.

As the pre-show warm-up for Triller’s latest pay-per-view Fight Club, the four west coast rap royals gradually assembled ahead of the event. The performance commenced with brief solo sets from Ice Cube and Snoop, who were joined on stage by 40 and Short to premiere the new song “Big Subwoofer” as they fittingly sat in their respective thrones. Mt. Westmore’s first album was initially slated to arrive this month, but has yet to receive a firm release date. The project was announced late last year and confirmed in a recent interview with Too $hort, who claimed the group had “recorded somewhere in the neighborhood of 50 songs” and would release them in volumes. Short also mentioned Dr. Dre would appear on one of the releases. The group’s first single, “Step Child,” appeared on the soundtrack for the film, American Skin, earlier this year.

Mt. Westmore appeared on last night’s Fight Club bill with Doja Cat, The Black Keys, Justin Bieber, Saweetie, Diplo, and Major Lazer. The second Triller boxing event was headlined by another Jake Paul fight, this time squaring up with an actual boxer. Paul won with a first round knockout, bringing his record to 3-0.

Watch the debut of Mt. Westmore below and hold tight for their next transmission.

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Zo is a staff writer at Okayplayer where he covers music.

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