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Rappers Predicting the Future
Many rappers have prided themselves on "speaking the truth," or giving non-fiction depictions of their lives. Sometimes though, rap verses transcend realness and border on eerily prophetic. There may be no modern Nostradamus, but rappers are the next best thing. Here are 10 Rap Lyrics That…
This Is the Remix
After debuting the song at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards, French Montana releases the remix to his summertime hit, 'Ain't Worried About Nothin'. Joining the Bronx rhymer on the track is Diddy, Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg.
Colt 45 Ad
Snooop Lion is taking it all the way back. The rapper is representing for the old school in a new ad spot for Colt 45 malt liquor .
Snoop x DJ App
Are you a budding DJ? Get the party started on your iPhone or iPad with the new djay 2 app and mix in custom phrases from Snoop Lion. The new version of the app features some of the West Coast legend's most famous one-liners.
Show Recap
On Saturday (Sept. 14), the annual One Music Fest took place in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta. The day-long event featured performances from contest winners, locally known acts and industry veterans, including Pete Rock, Snoop Dogg, Goodie Mob and Erykah Badu.
'Red Light' Video
Eddie Murphy strums the guitar and croons his urgent lyrics in the video for 'Red Light.' The reggae-infused song, which features Snoop Lion, marks the funnyman's return to music after a 20-year hiatus.
New Song
Ro James' upcoming 'Cadillacs' -- the third in his 'Coke,' 'Jack' & Cadillacs' EP collection -- is dropping on Sept. 19, and he's released one of the better songs of the series. The singer brings Snoop Dogg along for the ride for ''84.&a…
Soundtrack
With the release of 'Grand Theft Auto V' only a few weeks away, the anticipation for the video game continues to build as trailers show it will be a game unlike no other. This version of the game takes place back at Los Santos (which simulates Los Angeles), so the accompanying soundtrack w…
Snoop Dogg's Album Turns 15
On Aug. 4, 1998 Snoop Dogg’s first official album after leaving Death Row Records was released through Master P’s label No Limit Records. Stylistically, Snoop’s name also went from Snoop Doggy Dog to the abridged Snoop Dogg. By the point ‘Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told’ arrived, the emcee beg…

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