Snoop Dogg News

 
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg & His Son To Star In New ESPN Reality Series
    Snoop Dogg is no stranger to reality television. After a couple years on Fatherhood & other various appearances on random shows, Uncle Snoop is getting back to the small screen.
  • Cover of Classic Rotation: Dr. Dre's "2001"
    It was 15 years ago today that Dr. Dre released 2001, his 20-track, star-studded, cinematic LP.  “It's a movie, with different varieties of situations. So you've got buildups, touching moments, aggressive moments…It's got everything that a movie needs,” Dre said of the album.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg To Recruit West Coast's Finest For "Los Angeles Vs. Everybody"
    Earlier this week, Eminem had the internet going nuts when he released his hometown anthem, “Detroit Vs Everybody” featuring fellow D-town artists Big Sean, Danny Brown, Dej Loaf, Royce Da 5’9”, and Trick Trick.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg & 50 Cent Post Meme Poking Fun At Wiz Khalifa's Purple Hair
    It seems it doesn't matter whose expense it may be at, if Snoop finds an image funny, it's going on his Instagram.
  • Cover of Iggy Azalea Addresses "White Chicks" Comparisons With Her Halloween Costume
    When Iggy Azalea truly began to pop off earlier this year with some bonafide radio hits, she also began to face harsher criticism from hip-hop fans. Some of this was music based, but more often, people attacked Azalea's appearance.
  • Cover of T.I. On Snoop Dogg's Apology To Iggy Azalea: “I Didn’t Make Snoop Do Anything”
    T.I. is becoming known as much for diffusing tense situations as he is for his musical output. Tip has done everything from talk down a jumper, to making peace between Rick Ross and Jeezy over the last couple of years, but his most recent crusade was on behalf of his friend and frequent collaborator, Iggy Azalea.
  • Cover of Hip-Hop & Social Media: Snoop Vs. Iggy Edition
    As social media become more ubiquitous than ever in our interpersonal networks, interactions between celebrities become fodder for our inner voyeuristic tendencies; from the live-tweeting of births to trivial jabs at peers, exchanges posted online manage to garner global audiences, sometimes bringing forth meaningful c
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg's New Album To Be Released Through Pharrell's I Am Other Label
    Snoop Dogg caused a bit of a controversy this week, when he randomly targeted Iggy Azalea in a series of social media posts, beginning with some memes, before escalating to threats and name-calling.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg Continues Posting Iggy Azalea Memes, Iggy Rants On Twitter Again [Update: Snoop Apologizes]
    Yesterday we saw Snoop Dogg go full force on the Iggy Azalea slander, following one meme which struck Iggy the wrong way.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg Posts Iggy Azalea Meme, Iggy Gets Angry On Twitter [Update: Snoop Responds With More Memes]
    As we learned over the weekend, Iggy Azalea is not to be trifled with, unless you want to invoke her rage. The Australian rapper, who's never been shy about responding to disses, just lashed out at Snoop Dogg on twitter for posting a disparaging meme about her on Instagram.
  • Cover of Stream Pastor Troy's "Welcome To The Rap Game"
    If you were searching for one southern emcee to take you on the tour of the rap game, Pastor Troy would have to be among the most qualified. With over a decade in the industry on both major and indie labels, this is a man who has truly seen it all.
  • Cover of #TBT: 10 Killer Death Row Records Cuts
    Death Row Records had quite the run in the 90s. Picking up where N.W.A left off, Suge Knight assembled an all-star crew that would come to epitomize the West Coast hip-hop sound, along with bringing it to popularity. 2Pac, Dr.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg Confirms Pharrell Produced His Whole New Album
    We've heard some talk of Snoop Dogg and Pharell cooking something special up in the studio, from photos of the Doggfather putting in work with Stevie Wonder, to Skateboard P saying that the record is better than his own, but it appears we finally have confirmation from the man himself.Snoop recently previewed a selecti
  • Cover of Jay Electronica, YG, DJ Mustard, Young Thug & More To Perform At BET Hip-Hop Awards [Update: Cypher Artists Revealed]
    Earlier in the month we received the full list of nominations for this year's BET Hip-Hop Awards, which will be airing on TV on October 14th at 8 PM. Today Billboard has announced some of the performers we can expect to see at this year's event.
  • Cover of Roll Up: Imaginary Smoke Sessions With Your Favorite Rappers
    A lot of rappers like to smoke weed, as do a lot of their fans, that's a given. Marijuana has become a much more accepted part of, not only hip hop culture, but our society as a whole. As smoking weed becomes more widely accepted, we can feel more comfortable doing it, almost as comfortable as rappers seem with it.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg Transforms Into A White Man Named Todd
    Nick Cannon raised some eyebrows earlier this year when he introduced a white character named Connor Smallnut.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg & Murda Mook To Bring Battle Rap To BET Hip-Hop Awards
    Snoop Dogg took to Instagram yesterday to announce big plans he has been cooking up with Total Slaughter winner Murda Mook. In a short clip, Snoop says, "Me and my nigga Murda Mook fitting to come at you with something real big for the Hip-Hop battle scene. Be on the lookout." 
  • Cover of Wiz  Khalifa & Snoop Dogg Announce "Mac & Devin Go To High School" Sequel
    Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg solidified their status as stoner buddies by filming the stoner buddy comedy, "Mac & Devin Go To High School" in 2012. The movie came complete with a full original soundtrack from the multi-generational pot enthusiasts.
  • Cover of Souls Of Mischief Announce New Album, Share Tracklist
    Bay Area OGs Souls Of Mischief (best known for their 1993 album/song "'93 'Til Infinity") have just announced that they'll return with their first album in five years on August 26th. There Is Only Now is the name of the 19 track concept album, which centers around a fictional radio station where A Tribe Calle
  • Cover of Weirdest Rapper Endorsement Deals
    Celebrities, including rappers, have been inking endorsements deals with companies since the dawn of advertising. Hip hop music is more popular and marketable to the mainstream now than ever before, so these kinds of deals are on the rise.
  • Cover of Top Hip-Hop Club Bangers Of The Past Decade
    There is somewhat of a divide between a club banger and a mainstream, popular hip-hop song, however, often times, the two overlap. The ever trust-worthy Urban Dictionary describes “club banger” as a term “used to describe a song to get all da bitches in the club movin.
  • Cover of Kid Cudi & Snoop Dogg To Headline North Coast Music Festival In Chicago
    The festival news keeps pouring in. While we learned earlier today that Murs' Paid Dues festival is cancelled this year, North Coast Music Festival in the Chi is going strong on their five-year anniversary.
  • Cover of Snoop Dogg Curses Out Donald Sterling: "You Racist Piece Of Shit"
    L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling is catching quite a tongue-lashing from rappers, after a recording of him expressing extremely racist views hit the internet earlier today, telling his girlfriend that she should not bring black people to his games.
  • Cover of 15 Musical Hits From The Bong
    Before you get on to reading, I feel a responsibility as this list's writer to inform the reading public that marijuana is bad. If you smoke it, you will get pregnant and/or die.  That being said, if you do choose to smoke the devil's lettuce in honor of the Waldos, here are a few ground rules:
  • Cover of 9 Vintage Hip-Hop Inspired Ads
    There is sometimes a fine line between hip hop and advertising, with rappers constantly namechecking their favorite brands, or even promoting their own. A french art director by the name of David Redon may have seen this connection when he began work on a project called "Ads Libitum", which reimagines rap songs as
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