The rapper reveals he will meet the athlete to talk about the idea of forming a group with his children, Corde and Cordell, and the Beckham boys as the members.
Rapper Snoop Dogg wants to convince David Beckham to let his children form a group with his two sons so they can release a Christmas single. The hip-hop star has forged an unlikely friendship with the soccer ace since he moved to Los Angeles and is keen to get the three Beckham boys to join forces with his children Corde and Cordell.
And Snoop Dogg is so determined to set up the band he's arranging a meeting with Beckham and his wife Victoria as soon as possible. He tells Britain's Daily Star Sunday, "Beckham's three boys have never known anything but the spotlight since they were born and if they have the talent of their mum and dad then they are destined for big things. Corde and Cordell really want to get into the record industry and if they formed a group with the Beckham boys I think they could be really successful. I think probably only Brooklyn is old enough to be in the group yet but as soon as Romeo and Cruz are old enough they can join the mix, man."
"I have already talked with Bow Wow and Soulja Boy about adding vocals to their single and they are in. With me, David and Victoria behind them they would be unstoppable," he adds. "I haven't put it to David yet. But when he is back in L.A. I will have a meeting organized. I don't want to rush things but I can't see why their first single should not be out by Christmas."