Snoop Dog Announces collaboration with Fred Dibner

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Tuesday, 20 January 2004


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Snoop with his new best friend

Rap legend Snoop Dogg has announced the biggest musical collaboration since Winston Churchill and Kylie Minogue.

Snoop Dogg made the announcement at a press conference in L.A. last night saying "Yo I ain't playin' u bro dis is fo' real."

Fred, most famous for his BBC series, has ventured into the world of show business before but with little success. Fred the original front man for the Sex Pistols was forced out of the band after it emerged that he was born in Bolton.

So after more than 30 years Dibner prepares for his glorious comeback. But why we asked him did he choose to hook up with the prince of Hip hop Snoop Dogg.

"Well by eck I've always bin a big fan u know. I'd also like it be known that I'm changin' me name summit a bit more 'street' u know so thee can call me 'F Dibby' from now on. My first single should be out in February so watch out F Dibby is on't loose from mean street O' Bolton straight to thi's livin' room you MO FO.

Fred's… sorry, F Dibby's single 'Steam Powered Pimp' has been critically acclaimed as one of the best rap singles ever and F Dibby is set to smash straight in at No.1 and stay there for some time.

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