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The 'I Wanna Love You' rapper celebrates '4/20' by rolling 'sticky green,' while the Blaine Anderson of 'Glee' spends his time in studio recording Bob Dylan's song.
The Doc and Snoop reportedly are mulling over ideas whether to stage a stadium tour with a number of guests or to hold a smaller roadshow featuring them and the virtual Tupac only.
Being brought back to life via 3D hologram, 2Pac joins the Doggfather in delivering such hit as 'Hail Mary' during the closing performance of the Indio festival's weekend one.
Kendrick Lamar, Daz Dillinger and Wiz Khalifa are also expected to share the stage with Snoop and the Doc this coming weekend.
Calling her 'ho' and 'b***h', the rapper attacked Kim's reputation as a 'cold-blooded' woman who plays with men.
Wearing their best suits, Carl and Snoop hang out at a lavish lounge while wooing the finest ladies of the evening.
The lineup for the upcoming Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival also includes Florence and the Machine, La Roux, Calvin Harris, Frank Ocean, Bon Iver, David Guetta and Kaskade.
The 'Sweat' rapper was busted with a small amount of marijuana on January 7 after border control agents conducted a routine inspection of his tour bus at the Sierra Blanca highway checkpoint.
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.