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A family comedy show, the not-yet-named project will be written by sitcom veteran Don Reo.
The 'Gangsta Luv' rapper is set to star in 'The Legend of Fillmore Slim' which follows the blues musician who became a well-known pimp in San Franciso during the 60s and 70s.
The likes of Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Cali Swag District, Doug E. Fresh and Queen Latifah are invited to the stage to pay tribute to the late musicians.
Featuring synth-driven hook and a lot of 'winning' catchphrases, the song is a collaboration of the West Coast rapper, the former 'Two and a Half Men' actor, and Rob Patterson.
Charlie Sheen is boosting his efforts to aid victims of America's recent tornado disaster by pledging all profits from his debut single 'Winning' to the relief efforts.
Ahead of royal wedding, the rapper sends his well wishes to the prince, jokingly saying he is too busy to attend the ceremony.
Calling the micro-blogging site as a 'number one key in music right now,' Snoop is adamant that stars won't be able to keep up with their chart rivals if they don't embrace it.
Big-hearted rapper Snoop Dogg has taken in a troubled teen and is teaching him much-needed life lessons at his Los Angeles mansion.
Told to change the title of his bachelor party anthem for Prince William to 'Sweat', the 'Gin and Juice' rapper expresses his disappointment as saying, 'I can't be sexy, but I can be drug oriented.'
On the orange carpet of 2011 Kids' Choice Awards, the 'Gangsta Luv' rapper confirms he has been approached to join the judging panel, but insists he would rather be a mentor.
Black Eyed Peas were joined by Jack Black, Willow made a grand entrance by flying in a harness, and Snoop Dogg got slimed during his performance.
The 'Malice N Wonderland' rapper will help open the 'Torpedo' tour in Detroit, and plans to release his duet track with Charlie Sheen in three or four days.
Beside being joined by the West Coast rapper, the ex-star of 'Two and a Half Men' also hits studio with Rob Patterson.
Directed by Dah Dah, the video makes a tribute to the rapper's close friend and former bandmate Nate Dogg who died March 15.
The 'Like a G6' hitmakers continue their 'Free Wired' party lifestyle in this Snoop Dogg-featured music video.