After a series of interviews featuring his live-in girlfriends Natalie Kenly and former adult actress Bree Olson spawned phrases such as â€œwinningâ€ and â€œtiger blood,â€ Sheen is cashing in on his viral popularity by recording with Snoop Dogg.
Sheen announced a collaboration of some sorts Friday via Twitter. The message featured Sheen, former Korn turned Filter guitarist Rob Patterson and Snoop Dogg in the studio together.
Itâ€™s unclear when or how the music their recording session produced will be released, as Sheen is preparing for the April 14 debut of his â€œViolent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Optionâ€ tour. Snoop also worked with members of Korn while appearing in the groupâ€™s â€œTwisted Transistorâ€ video.
As odd collaborations go, Snoopâ€™s work with Sheen and Patterson probably ranks somewhere between his 2003 appearance on Limp Bizkitâ€™s â€œRed Light, Green Lightâ€ and the 2008 song â€œMy Medicine,â€ which featured Willie Nelson.