Well surely you’ve all heard by now the BREAKING NEWS regarding the reconciliation of one time partners, Suge Knight and Snoop Lion aka/formerly known as Snoop D-O-double G, who started his music career via Knight and former partner Dr. Dre’s then label, Death Row Records imprint. Clearly it’s the most surprising reconciliation ever to date in music and hip hop history, topping the once heavy beef that was squashed by the two Kings of New York, Nas and Jay Z, as the Jigga Man stunned the crowd on the set of his “I Declare War” concert(1995) in East Rutherford , NJ when saying these words, “Let’s Go Esco”, to which the Queensbridge eMCee joined him on stage. Not many music moguls can celebrate a reunion or reconciliation as egos are way too heavy, especially in hip hop. In the words of Sleepy Brown “Cuz everybody wants to be a tough guy”. Another reason is that either one of both artists, crews, etc. are now deceased, some in tragic situations before there could ever be an official reunion. And another serious issue is MONEY. Many artists are enslaved to their labels and any association or reunion with a former comrade, according the label, ruins the possibility to make more money. So for that matter, those artists tends to ride for their label, bearing the pain of not being able to reconnect with their old homies again.
As for the case with Suge and Snoop, who’s long period infamous beef didn’t end with neither of them getting killed, THANK GOD; what happens next? What does their reunion mean to all whom stood by either or both throughout the last 16/17 years of the two being at odds? What are people saying about Suge? What are they saying about Snoop? For many, Suge is one of the most feared men on the face of the earth, while Snoop on the other hand, is the world’s favorite UNCLE, can do whatever he wants, including CHANGING HIS NAME (see Snoop Lion) and no one will trip. What does this mean for Snoop’s relationship with is mentor Dr. Dre and Tha Dogg Pound? What does this mean for the Bloods & Crips street gang?
Regardless whether it has any meaning or not, PEACE is BETTER THAN WAR. Hey, they may never become the best of friends again. However, they both can exhale. To give meaning to their reconciliation, it’s their business and they don’t have to answer to anyone for that matter. Was it a none gangster move for them to PEACE UP? Naw, what it did was SOLIDIFY what it means to be gangster. And at the end of the day, BEEFING DOES NOTHING BUT WASTE TIME!. So what happens next between the two? Guessing we’ll have to wait and see. Yet in the meantime, SALUTE to Suge Knight and Snoop Lion for being “G” about it.
Snoop is back on his Dogg ish, as he drop his latest video entitled, Super Mario Bros., which is based off the old Nintendo game of the same name. Looking at the title, one may think it’s a friendly game about a video game. But think again. The song is actually about PIMPIN. If anyone can rap about pimpin, then it’s Snoop D-O-double G. Not to mention, he brought a little surprise guest to the mix. His oldest son ‘Spank’ aka Spanky Danky (you wonder why) joins his Super dad on the track. Like father, like son.
Check out Super Mario Bros. by Snoop Dogg and his son ‘Spanky Danky’.
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Is it so? Will ‘Tha DoggFather’ aka Calvin Broadus be formerly known to us as Snoop Dogg? Is ‘Snoop Lion’ it now? Recently, the king of the West Coast took a trip over to Jamaica and was so inspired by the culture. While there, he gained interest in the Rastafari movement and acquired a new found wisdom. In addition, Snoop is working on a documentary regarding his ‘road to redemption’, or perhaps transformation from the Dogg to the Lion. From MTV’s Sway Calloway, Complex Magazine to FUSE TV, he talks about the reason for his new moniker and the direction he’s planning to go with it.
See below ‘Snoop Lion’s’ interview regarding his new moniker.
Anchored just released a video for their single “Throwin Down“, produced by Jay Baumgardner and features the legendary Bigg Snoop Dogg with additional vocals by Terrace Martin. Snoop came with it and Anchored created a smash.
Check out the video “Throwin Down” by Dallas, Texas Base Band, Anchored ft. Snoop Dogg.
2Pac’s back and he’s no longer mad at Dr. Dre for leaving Death Row Records and Snoop for not getting involved in the media hyped ‘East Coast vs. West Coast’ (Bad Boy vs. Death Row) beef. Pac is not really alive. However, a hologram was created to make it appear that he was actually performing alongside his one time label mates at the Coachella 2012 festival.
Check out the hologram set with 2Pac on Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg set at the Coachella 2012 festival.
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Oh ish. Snoop is at it again. The king of the West Coast is putting together a hemp material made book of lyrics that you can literally smoke. Readers don’t have to go to the corner store to by rolling papers because, the book pages itself are made of rolling papers. The pages can be read and then smoked as the book comes with a strike board on the spine, so users can light matches off it. It also features Snoop’s hand written imprint to some of his classic songs, such as “Gin & Juice”, “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and “Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang”.
Check out this video of Tha Doggfather promoting his ‘Rolling Words: A Smokable Songbook’.
WHOAAAAAAAAAA! This lil dude is what’s poppin right now. I was watching one of Snoop Dogg’s GGN News episode and towards the end, there was this featured video called ‘Gangsterize’ by a new Southern California artist named Indian Blue ft. Kokane. Well if you’re familiar with West Coast gangsta rapper, then I’m sure you’re familiar with Kokane aka Mr. Jerry Long (Pomona, California), a DPGC/Doggystyle Record affiliate and once signed to the late Eazy E’s Ruthless Records label, co-writing songs for N.W.A. and Above The Law. Therefore, I don’t even need to mention that Kokane is a beast in his own rights. But now let me take you over to the new school of West Coast gangsta rapper and talk about Indian Blue. You know what? Forget it. See for yourself.
Check out “Gangsterize” | Indian Blue feat Kokane below.
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All I have to say is WOW. With all of my hard work and dedication to all of my involvements, I must say that a vacation to Brazil is much deserved. The bigg homie Snoop D-O dub knows how to motivate a homeboy. Oh and my homeboy E-Sun would be happy the picture for this post is so big. Chucch!
Check out Snoop Dogg “Sitting By The Water” video.
The King of the West Coast is back with another Doggisode video. Hopefully the Bigg D-O-double G. Keep it coming with these footages. But the funny part about this video is that Bigg Snoop Dogg is wearing the Eddie Long shirt. You’ll see what I mean as you watch the video. Yet he still manages to keep it G(angster) alongside his crew and celebrity homeboys from Daz Dillinger & Kurupt Young Gotti (Tha Dogg Pound), Soopafly, DJ Battlecat, Wiz Khalifa, Kid Capri makes a camero and a few others.
Check out Snoop Dogg’s Road to Riches: Doggisode Ep. 16
Snoop Dogg is the man for sure. One thing about Snoop is that he knows how to connect with the little homies. Whether it’s The Game, Bow Wow, Souljah Boy, Pilot, Snoo’s Youth Football League, (DPG Records) and now Wiz Khalifa, Tha Bigg Boss Dogg has never in his career not supported the little homies. These days, he’s been kicking it with Wiz a lot. They’re doing it all together: smoking weed, chillin, making movies (Mac and Dev), touring. The whole 9.
Check out Snoop Dogg’s “Road to Riches” Doggisode #15 – Mac and Devin Go on Tour.
This is the hardest remix I’ve heard of this song. Makes me like it even better.
Check out I’m A Boss remix by Tha Dogg Pound (Daz & Kurupt) below.
OMG, this dude is beyond SICK. Crazy on the mixer. If you don’t know about DubStep, it’s the new musical genre rising in North America but popular in England, as it was originated in south London, United Kingdom. Even rappers like West Coast Snoop Dogg affiliated EMCEE, Goldie Loc (Tha Eastsidaz, Tha Dogg Pound), Will.I.Am, LMFAO to name a few are all blending their urban sounds to DubStep.
Check out AraabMuzik killing it with his DubStep sounds.
You know it’s love when these two vets get together. And that is Dr. Dre and Bigg Snoop.
Check out Snoop Dogg’s ‘Road to Riches’ Doggisode # 13 video as it has behind the scenes footage of Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre in Singapore for the Asian Music Awards.
A Happy Thanksgiving to you. And definitely a Happy Thanksgiving to me. Thank you Bigg Snoop Dogg and Dah Dah for giving us this exclusive “Road to Riches” Doggisode #12 along with Tha Dogg Pound ‘Forever In A Day’ video. The track and the video goes hard. Makes me want to go to Brazil for many reasons than one. See for yourselves.
Check out Snoop Dogg’s “Road to Riches” Doggisode #12 along with the new DPG video entitled “Forever In A Day”.
I know you all are like this cat has been on some West Coast ish lately, from discussing Game’s album, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg & Tha D.P.G.C. (Tha Dogg Pound). Well you know….I just make it do what it do and capitalize off of all things ‘superb.’ So on that note, I present to you, after funky Snoop Dogg joint ft. Uncle Chucc, entitled ‘Wonder What It Do’ off Snoop Dogg’s Doggumentary album, produced by the legendary DJ Battlecat, one of Snoopy’s long time producers and hit maker behind many of those classic West Coast tracks. And you thought the West only has the Good Doctor (Dr. Dre).
This video features cameos from a few of your music and/or entertainment favorites alongside so beautiful women. Snoop’s Uncle Reo also makes an appearance in the video. There are also a few other things to look out for, such as a beautiful painting of the late Dogg Pound crooner, Nate Dogg. “Snoop why didn’t you invite me to the video shoot mayne?” The video looks like they all had a lot of fun.
Check out Snoop Dogg ft. Uncle Chucc Wonder What It Do video below.