Snoop Dogg Performs ‘Infectious’ With Charlie Wilson On Jimmy Kimmel Live [Watch]

Snoop Dogg has had a longer career than just about anyone else in his genre and continues to go at it. His latest performance with Charlie Wilson on Jimmy Kimmel Live proves that he still has it and he is working to turn more fans on to Charlie Wilson as well.

The song is a new single from Charlie Wilson, who was once making hits with the R&B group The Gap Band. He is also known as Uncle Charlie and his new album Forever Charlie was released in January.

His original group The Gap Band rose to fame during the 1970s and 1980s, and his new song will certainly remind fans of past times when R&B was more fun and soulful.

Snoop Dogg has been helping to give Charlie Wilson’s career a resurgence for the past decade or so, and for fans that have not discovered him yet, this video should work over plenty of new fans.

After watching the “Infectious” performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, I guarantee that some people will want to check out more of his stuff and possibly purchase the new album. Fans of the old school R&B and funk style rather than the new stuff will find his voice and style pleasing, and be begging for more.

While Charlie Wilson’s new album came out just over two months ago, Snoop Dogg has a new album dropping on May 12th titled “Bush.” The album will be his 13th and is produced by Pharrell Williams with collaboration on songs from Charlie Wilson, Stevie Wonder, and others in the R&B genre.

‘Peaches N Cream’ was announced as the first single from the album, which also featuring Pharrell, and the two of them released the video for the song recently as well.

Tell US: What do you think of the performance by Snoop Dogg and Charlie Wilson?

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