In Snoop’s Reincarnated Documentary he changes his name to Snoop Lion, travels to Jamaica, emerges himself in Rastafarian culture and produces his first reggae record.
Uncle Snoop joins Juan Epstein over at Hot 97.
Noisey provides us with a full album stream of Snoop Lion’s (or Dogg if you must) new reggae rooted album Reincarnated, featuring a track-by-track commentary from the man of the hour, Snoop.
Reincarnated is out in stores on April 23rd.
Miley a real bitch.
He finally got the name right, Nardwuar instead of Nargwuar.
Dogg Lion and Hit-Boy did not run out of bars for this “Sway In The Morning” SXSW edition freestyle. Even when Hit stumbled a little, Snoop came in with the assist and kept the cypher going. That’s some West Coast teamwork right there.
Snoop on Suge Knight:
“Time heels all wounds. And then being a bigger man. And being one who accepts responsibility, being right or wrong. I like saving lives, I don’t like taking lives. If that means putting my hand out saying I’m wrong, I apologize and be cool, I’ll do that. As opposed to me pulling a gun out…and me doing something vicious to you.”
Snoop on what Suge gave him:
“He gave me a voice to speak.”
Snoop on why he put Drake on the “No Guns Allowed” Record:
“I knew about that certain shooting incident in Toronto. I always love Drake. I love him for his writing. He delivers great party records. I wanted him to say something on this record. But I feel like something and address some things that needed to be said. And take the party out of it for a minute.”
Snoop on the “No Guns Allowed” message:
“Guns kill. Guns are good and bad. Good when they’re in the right hands, band when they’re in the wrong hands.”