The group's new album 'Snoop, Cube, 40, $hort' will be released on streaming services Dec. 9.
"Rappers are trying too hard to flex online to the detriment of their safety."
The West Coast icon also spoke on creating the Mount Westmore album and disproving his critics with 'The Predator' album.
The song comes from the Detroit rapper's latest release, 'Rich Off Pints 3.'
Offerings from eateries owned by Nas, Mia X, E-40, Jadakiss & Styles P, and Ghostface Killah will be available.
The group made its debut in April 2021 at the Triller Fight Club.
The Bay Area representative has been building his food and liquor empire.
Joe was also asked who he sees as the new Lauryn Hill, MC Hammer and more.