Snoop Dogg did the honors of gracing AXS TV with his presence as the Doggfather stopped by for a one-on-one chat with DJ Skee. Check out this clip from the interview where the Long Beach native gets a little deep and shares his philosophy for the way he chooses to live his life. In fact, Snoop explains that he has no regrets for any past situation he’s been involved in or decision he’s made because in his eyes that’s the way things were already designed to play out.
Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” recently stopped in Los Angeles and the YMCMB rapper decided to treat the Staples Center crowd to a special performance from Snoop Dogg. The Long Beach native and hometown hero hit the stage in the middle of Drizzy’s set and performed a couple of his classics like “The Next Episode,” “Gin & Juice” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” Take a look as the Doggfather almost takes a bad spill right in the beginning as he makes his way down the stairs.
Snoop Dogg goes back into Lion mode for his latest music video for the catchy song, “Tired Of The Running,” which is featured on the Doogfather’s reggae inspired Reincarnated LP. The visual finds Snoop Lion reflecting on a street job gone wrong as he struggles with losing a special woman in his life. Rapper Nipsey Hussle shows up and plays the negative influence on Snoop’s life that’s responsible for putting together the hit on Tyrin Turner’s character. Watch Snoop in action as he laces up his chucks, grabs his blue bandanna, loads up his strap and puts in some work.
Snoop Dogg recently made a visit to Bishop Don “Magic” Juan’s radio show, The Don Juan Show, for an exclusive interview. Marijuana and pimping were appropriately the topics of discussion as the Doggfather opened things up with dropping his philosophy on what he feels is the best method in keeping children informed about the greenery. Take a look as Snoop explains the importance of timing, leading by example and educating children in the home before the world can have the chance to corrupt them. The conversation eventually took a turn when Bishop Don Juan decided to bring up his favorite topic, pimping. The Doggfather took the opportunity to speak on his film Bossin’ Up, the rule of pimping and admits that he fell in love with a few of his hoes in the past.
Fans were recently treated to the groups new single and music video for “Faden Away” and now we get a look at the official artwork and tracklist for the upcoming 7 Days Of Funk LP. Looking like a scene from Beavis & Butt-Head, the cover for Snoopzilla and Dam-Funk’s new project features some throwback looking cartoon work. Posted outside of what appears to be a music venue, the artwork showcases the Doggfather in front of a old school ride while a street brawl ensues in the background. The groups self-titled debut album will contain a total of nine original songs and be available on December 10. Check out the tracklist provided for more details.
1. Hit Da Pavement
2. Let It Go
3. Faden Away
4. 1Question? Feat. Steve Arrington
5. Ride Feat. Kurupt
6. Do My Thang
7. I’ll Be There 4U
8. Systamatic Feat. Tha Dogg Pound [Bonus]
9. High Wit’ Me [Bonus]
The Doggfather recently crossed paths with pop singer Rihanna a few days ago while out in the Dominican Republic and decided to let her partake in a smoke session. Riri partied the night away with best friend Melissa Ford as Snoop Dogg hit the stage to showcase his skills for his fans out in Punta Cana. Taking to her Instagram, Rihanna uploaded some photos of herself chiefing on what appears to be a blunt for all of her followers to see. The singer is currently on the final leg of her Diamonds world tour.
West Fest TV is back with a new “Doggisodes” and episode number 29 is boasting a hilarious interview from Snoop Dogg while recently out in Switzerland. Somewhat cramped in the back of a van, the Doggfather sparks up a blunt and has some fun throwing zingers back and forth with his interviewer who he eventually gets high after claiming he doesn’t even smoke in the first place. There’s some pretty hilarious moments during their conversation which tackles topics like Snoop’s skateboard company, his work as a football coach and so much more. Daz Dillinger also makes a brief appearance in the beginning.