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12:46 // 1 year ago
October 12, 2012

Snoop Dogg has adapted his hit “Drop It Like It’s Hot” into a Hot Pocket commercial (“Pocket Like It’s Hot”). As the LA Times accurately notes, the original song’s appeal lies with its “braggadocio and attitude: [Snoop’s] got it goin’ on and isn’t afraid to say so.” source

18:58 // 2 years ago
September 21, 2012
Ninety percent of the people out here will try to flash their medical marijuana cards. Snoop flashed his real quick. But those don’t matter to us. We’re Texans. This isn’t California!
Rusty Fleming, public information officer for the Hudspeth County, Tx. Sheriff’s Office • Discussing the repeated marijuana-related arrests of celebrities (most recently Fiona Apple) in the town of Sierra Blanca. The town is 20 miles away from the U.S. border, so drug-trafficking is common there — but so are movie stars (brought through there because it’s a common route for film shoots) and rock stars (who find themselves there because it’s on I-10, a common touring route). Apple faces felony charges because she possessed hashish, which is illegal in any quantity in Texas.
8:40 // 2 years ago
July 29, 2012
Snoop Dogg banned from Norway: Today in cannabis-related tragedies. 

Snoop Dogg banned from Norway: Today in cannabis-related tragedies. 

18:10 // 2 years ago
April 17, 2012
10:28 // 2 years ago
April 16, 2012

Coachella finale: Tupac comes back from the dead

Looks like Nate Dogg’s hologram was only a teaser. Last night, Tupac himself showed up in hologram form during a Coachella performance that featured Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Eminem, 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa. Note that Tupac has been dead for over 15 years. Anyway, when we die, we hope someone cares enough about us to bring us back in hologram form for a musical performance. Who knows? It might be fun.

9:49 // 2 years ago
April 12, 2012
Nate Dogg to make comeback at Coachella … but wait, isn’t he dead?
TMZ has learned that Nate Dogg will perform via hologram at this year’s Coachella, appearing alongside Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre during their previously-scheduled set. Dre, who already announced that Warren G, Kurupt, and Daz Dillinger would be in attendance, didn’t want to leave out his long-time, though deceased, friend. So he decided to utilize the same technology Mariah Carey recently used to perform five simultaneous concerts across Europe. (If he and Warren G perform “Regulate” together somehow, we’ll be super-impressed.) The question now is, which rapper(s) do you think we’ll be seeing next? Our money is on Fat Joe performing “Twinz” with Big Pun at Summer Jam 2013. (Photo via UpperPlayground; ht 2dopeboyz) source
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TMZ has learned that Nate Dogg will perform via hologram at this year’s Coachella, appearing alongside Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre during their previously-scheduled set. Dre, who already announced that Warren G, Kurupt, and Daz Dillinger would be in attendance, didn’t want to leave out his long-time, though deceased, friend. So he decided to utilize the same technology Mariah Carey recently used to perform five simultaneous concerts across Europe. (If he and Warren G perform “Regulate” together somehow, we’ll be super-impressed.) The question now is, which rapper(s) do you think we’ll be seeing next? Our money is on Fat Joe performing “Twinz” with Big Pun at Summer Jam 2013. (Photo via UpperPlayground; ht 2dopeboyz) source

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15:24 // 2 years ago
January 2, 2012

So, Snoop Dogg co-hosted "The Price is Right" today. (With gusto!) Because why the hell not?

14:34 // 2 years ago
April 21, 2011
Colt 45 Blast: Endorsed by Snoop Dogg, not endorsed by Illinois
Meet the new Four Loko: Our friends at Pabst may not promote the heck out of PBR, at least obviously, but they are promoting this Colt 45 derivative really heavily, using Snoop Dogg to push Blast onto unsuspecting youths who missed out on Billy Dee WIlliams. The drink, which doesn’t have caffeine, does have 12 percent alcohol concentration — enough for Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan to compare a single can to a six-pack of beer. It’s not Loko. It’s a Blast. source
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Meet the new Four Loko: Our friends at Pabst may not promote the heck out of PBR, at least obviously, but they are promoting this Colt 45 derivative really heavily, using Snoop Dogg to push Blast onto unsuspecting youths who missed out on Billy Dee WIlliams. The drink, which doesn’t have caffeine, does have 12 percent alcohol concentration — enough for Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan to compare a single can to a six-pack of beer. It’s not Loko. It’s a Blast. source

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20:32 // 3 years ago