Snoop Dogg, Cat Power, And Other Musicians Pay Tribute To B.B. King

Snoop is making a mix in King’s honor.

After blues legend B.B. King died last night at age 89, musicians took to social media to mourn his passing.

Cat Power shared a dream she had about playing with King and John Lee Hooker in 1995.

Snoop Dogg posted a series of black and white videos in which he listens to King classics like "The Thrill Is Gone" while smoking weed. "You gone but you ain't forgotten, we love you baby," Snoop says, shaking his head. "True legend." The rapper also announced that he's working on "a B.B. King mix that's gonna be available on Cadillac music via Dash radio."

B. B. King. 🙏🌹
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Cadillac music. 8. Am east coast time. !!
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Snoop Dogg, Cat Power, And Other Musicians Pay Tribute To B.B. King