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Other celebrities like Seth Rogen, 2 Chainz, Ice Cube, Diplo and Bill Maher also shared their enthusiasm for the unofficial marijuana day on Monday, April 20.
The snapshot of Snoop and trooper Billy L. Spears was taken when the trooper was in his uniform while working at the South by Southwest music and technology festival last month.
The drama set in Los Angeles centers on 'a family whose seemingly idyllic life is turned upside down by the collision of their community and American politics.'
Directed by Aramis Israel and Hannah Lux Davis, the video for the first 'BUSH' single also features cameo appearances from Wilson and the song's producer Pharrell Williams.
The track featuring guest vocals from Charlie Wilson serves as the first offering from Snoop's new album 'BUSH' that according to iTunes will arrive on May 12.
Snoop a.k.a. DJ Snoopadelic will continue his 'Snoopadelic Cabaret' at the nightclub starting on March 28 while Khaled will kick off his 'We the Best: Vegas Edition' residency on May 1.
Ludacris, Hannibal Buress, Chris D'Elia, and Natasha Leggero also join the list of people who will ridicule Bieber on the Comedy Central special.
The rapper, who reunites with his 'Drop It Like It's Hot' collaborator for the new project, shares on Instagram the artwork featuring a blue dog chewing on a bush.
The trailer also features a snippet of 'Peaches N Cream', the forthcoming album's lead single that's scheduled to be released sometime in March.
The rapper notes that Macklemore has more Grammys than big rappers like Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes and himself.
The 'What's My Name' rapper announces the happy news on Instagram, posting photos and a video of his newborn grandchild.
The album will be led by single 'Peaches N Cream' and is due out sometime in March via Pharrell's I Am OTHER label and Columbia Records.
The clip shows the newly-single rapper and his two collaborators having fun with some pretty girls in front of bright-colored backdrops.
The 'Black Widow' rapper shrugs off haters by dressing up as Marlon Wayans' gender- and race-bending character from the 2004 classic comedy.
The album, which currently has no title or official release date, is produced entirely by Pharrell and will feature collaborations with Charlie Wilson and Stevie Wonder.