Snoop Dogg & Pharrell Perform New Single "Peaches N Cream" In L.A.
Snoop Dogg Feat. Pharrell
The Levi's x Snoop + Friends Pre-Grammy Party was quite an affair last night. Snoop was joined on stage by Kendrick Lamar, Miguel, Warren G, Too $hort, the legendary Chaka Khan, and Pharrell, who will produce Snoop's upcoming album Bush.
iLoveMakonnen Guests on Snoop Dogg's GGN
Atlanta via L.A. oddball hitmaker iLoveMakonnen sits down and smokes up with Snoop on the latest episode of GGN. The conversation starts with a discussion on "Tuesday," Makonnen's smash hit, and how it came out. In addition, Snoop gives his own gospel rendition of the song ("Sunday"). As things get more faded, the two talk teleportation, and Snoop put Makonnen through a series of quizzes, in which he admits he thinks about sex at least 50 times a day. Who else would you like to see in Snoop's hot seat?
Snoop Dogg Stars In EAT24 Super Bowl Commercial
The Super Bowl is right around the corner, and with it, we'll get plenty of new commercials. We've already seen one starring Kim Kardashian for T-Mobile where she pokes fun at herself, and the latest Super Bowl commercial to arrive is from food app EAT24, starring Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg has been featured in his fair share of commercials, and for this one, he narrates and describes feeling "hangry." The solution to feeling hangry? Looking up EAT24. Now you know. Peep the commercial in above. The Super Bowl goes down this Sunday, as you most likely know.
Snoop Dogg's "Plizzanet Earth" On Jimmy Kimmel
In addition to his highly entertaining GGN segments, Snoop Dogg's been keeping the laughs coming with his "Planet Earth"-inspired segments on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Entitled "Plizzanet Earth," these shorts feature Snoop in the David Attenborough role of narrator, a position which he undeniably excels in.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Snoop Dogg & Ty Dolla $ign "You And Your Friends" Video
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Snoop Dogg & Ty Dolla $ign
After hitting us with a teaser last week, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg and Ty Dolla $ign give us a full video for their collaborative effort "You And Your Friends."
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Snoop Dogg "You And Your Friends" Video (Teaser)
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Snoop Dogg
One of the highlights from Wiz Khalifa's latest project, Blacc Hollywood found him working with two of his favorite collaborators -- Wiz Khalifa and (more recently) Ty Dolla $ign.The video for the DJ Mustard-produced party record will have the fun-loving stoner vibe that each of the artists embodies in one way or another, as Ty and Wiz have a ridiculous phone conversation in the preview for the clip.
Wiz Khalifa's DayToday: The Compound
Wiz Khalifa delivers another one of his vlogs today, continuing his DayToday series where we last left off at the end of October. Purple-dreaded Wiz takes to visit Uncle Snoop in the vlog, and celebrates Snoop's birthday by giving the cutest bulldog. Snoop proceeds to give out weed and wishes everyone else a happy birthday too.
Snoop Dogg Previews Verse On Mike WiLL Made It's "Ransom"
Yesterday we got blessed with the full version of Future and Drake's "Never Satisfied," with producer Mike WiLL Made It deciding to upload it to his Soundcloud. At the same time, we continue to wait for Mike WiLL's Ransom mixtape, which has no planned release date.
Hit-Boy On Snoop Dogg's GGN
The latest edition of Snoop Dogg's GGN has Pasadena beatmaker Hit-Boy visiting Nemo Hoes studio to chop it up during the "news" segment. The two artists are clearly huge fans of each other, with Hit-Boy telling Snoop that he performed "Murder Was The Case" for everybody at his 8th birthday party, and Snoop flipping out when Hit-Boy tells him he produced Jay and Kanye's "Niggas In Paris." The news of Hit-Boy's uncle being in the old-school R&B group Troop is almost too much for the Doggfather to handle, sending him into a stoned spiral of reminiscence.
Jay Rock "Parental Advisory" Video
After a few years of languishing in no-new-music purgatory, TDE OG Jay Rock returned recently with two new tracks, "Parental Advisory" and "Pay For It." Today, the former gets video treatment.
DJ Premier On Snoop Dogg's GGN
Hip-hop legend DJ Premier will release a joint album with Detroit spitter Royce Da 5'9" under the name "PRhyme" on December 9th. Recently, he stopped by Snoop Dogg's GGN program to discuss the new project and reminisce on his earliest run-ins with The Doggfather.
Word On The Street: Iggy Azalea Vs. Snoop Dogg
This week on Word On The Street, we're tackling the bizarre and uncomfortable social media confrontation between Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg. We talked to New Yorkers about the tiff, asking why Iggy seems to be a target right now, before getting people to take sides. We go through which artist would be more fun to hang out with, and who will have more longevity,all the way down to who rocked blond locks better. Check back next week for more opinions on what's going on in hip hop right now. How did you feel about Snoop and Iggy's beef?
G-Unit On Snoop Dogg's GGN
Since its debut last year, Snoop Dogg's GGN webseries has been one of the best, most hilarious webseries around. Today, Uncle Snoop unveiled one of the biggest episodes yet: a twenty-minute-long special with G-Unit.
Snoop Dogg Previews New Pharell Collaboration
Snoop Dogg and Pharrell were a pretty unstoppable team in the early 00s. While "Drop It Like It's Hot" may be their master stroke (or is it "Beautiful"), the two also collaborated on strong singles and deep cuts on the Doggfather's albums Paid Tha Cost To Pay The Boss and R&G. While the two icons haven't been working togeher as much of late, it seems P has lent his late career new disco sound to a new single from Snoop, which the rapper shared in a new video he posted today.
Iamsu! Talks Chinese Food, Meeting Jay Z And Being Inspired By Snoop Dogg
This summer, HBK Gang's Iamsu! has been touring around the country with Wiz Khalifa and Co. on the "Under The Influence" tour, and recently, we had a chance to catch up with the Sincerely Yours rapper backstage.
T-Pain Guests On Snoop Dogg's GGN
After a several-years-long hiatus, T-Pain is back making music. With the success of "Up Down" and collaborations with a younger generation of artists, Teddy Pain has reclaimed some of his old glory, and he recently visited Snoop Dogg's GGN show to talk about it. With Snoop calling the auto-tune pioneer the "Roger Troutman of our era," T-Pain details his crazy hot streak that occurred between 2006 and 2007. He also reveals that he DJ'd long before he began singing, and continues to enjoy it to this day.
Snoop Dogg Feat. Tha Eastsidaz "Can't Trust Em" Video
Snoop Dogg Feat. Tha Eastsidaz
A couple weeks ago, Snoop Dogg dropped off the fourth instalment in his That’s My Work mixtape series, which was hosted by DJ Drama, and contained 20 new tracks. Today, Snoop revisits the project and releases the official video for track #4 “Can’t Trust Em”. With the song’s theme about trust, this video portrays a story about betrayal in the hard streets of L.A. that results to shoot outs and homicides. Real life West coast ish right here.
Afrojack Feat. Snoop Dogg "Dynamite" Video
Afrojack Feat. Snoop Dogg
"Turn Down 4 What" is one of the more surprising hits of the summer. Simultaneously establishing EDM's trap-leanings as Billboard-friendly (though Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" had tested the waters first), and reintroducing Lil Jon to the party circuit. Since then, we've heard some songs looking for the same type of validation, Afrojack's new collaboration with Snoop Dogg, "Dynamite" being one of them.
Souls of Mischief Feat. Snoop Dogg "There Is Only Now" Video
Souls of Mischief Feat. Snoop Dogg
Last week, Souls Of Mischief shared the first record from their upcoming Adrian Younge-produced album There Is Only Now. The title track, featuring Snoop Dogg, now has a video that also stars A Tribe Called Quest's Ali Shaheed Muhammad. Watch it above.
The Outlawz Feat. Snoop Dogg "Karma" Video
The Outlawz Feat. Snoop Dogg
The Outlawz are back with a hot new single featuring a verse from the one and only Snoop Dogg. Rolling in old schools and getting into some high-stakes action sequences, Tupac's former collaborators prove they've still got it after all of these years. Snoop, meanwhile, seems to be struggling with his Snoop Lion pacifist phase, partaking in a little "blast" and "smash" of his own.