Everybody's favourite uncle comes with the video for his latest single with Rick Rock titled Moment I Feared. The video begins with the rappers smoking Snoop's favourite herb, discussing the industry and youngins on the come up, live on Double G News Network (GGN). Soon after the beat drops (which
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The world can never get enough of such heart tugging, compelling and very important messaging. Snoop Dogg's newest visual revisits Coolaid to give us a motion picture for Revolution. In this music video Snoop shines the light on young Americans from different walks of life, their struggles and daily strives.
Try to imagine this; an old school setting in the West Coast with all the fine honeys and fellas having a good time. Music blasting from the low-rider with the mad hydraulics and drinks flowing in the red plastic cups, basically everything is a throwback. Chilling with old friends, reminiscing
This video is actually so explicit, it's just that it's in cartoon form which makes it much more subtle. Snoop Dogg continues with his dislike for the presidency when he and his squad takeover Mount Rushmore the only way they know how by defacing the presidents and changing the faces
Oh yes please! Music for the old soul trapped in all of us. The funk that is packed in the latest Uncle Snoop single is madness. We fast approach the release of Snoop Dogg's next album, Neva Left, which drops on Friday and this just might be the last stop.
The OG's got all the juice and he don't owe nobody no damn thing! Uncle Snoop shares the visual for his single Promise You This which is slated for his May album Neve Left. In the video he shows excerpts of what he's done with his influence as a response
Uncle Snoop is styling on us right now. This new joint is hard mayne! Promise You This takes you back to that classic 90's vibe and flavour that is very natural to the OG. Snoop Dogg is sounding rather fresh on this joint, I prefer him on this flavour. Are
Thatha Uncle Snoop! Taken off Coolaid, Snoop Dogg's 14th album, he drops the dark music video for Legend which opens in a documentary-esque commentary about how his life was growing up as a matter of reflection. D-O-Double-G is in a white choral gown in some parts with skeleton make-up as