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The 'Mac and Devin Go to High School' stars are living 'Young, Wild and Free' in this newly-premiered music video.
Snoop gives his inspiring singer daughter a lesson about maintaining and developing her creativity without abandoning her responsibility.
The breezy, carefree song is recorded for Snoop and Wiz's upcoming stoner comedy 'Mac and Devin Go to High School'.
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.
Michael Douglas refuses to take his renewed health for granted after receiving the cancer all-clear in January, insisting he won't feel 'relaxed' until a full year has passed.
Legendary rocker Keith Richards was overwhelmed by the positive response to his autobiography, insisting even his records 'don't get such good reviews'.
Justin Bieber has spoken out to defend himself against reports he was a 'brat' while filming a guest appearance on .CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'.
'Sex and the City' star Kim Cattrall is set to be honored for her gay rights work at the GLAAD Media Awards later this month.
British actress Imogen Stubbs has defended her close relationship with estranged husband Trevor Nunn, insisting they are still 'good friends' despite their recent split.
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.