Snoop Dogg Talks Tupac, Biggie, Gang Culture In Music

Since a kid, I’ve always liked Snoop Dogg’s music as well as his style, charisma, and hustle. And it always fascinates me to see how he manages to stay relevant year after year when so many other artists fall to the wayside.

In an interview with popular TV personality Sway Calloway on his SiriusXM show, “Sway in the Morning,” Snoop talked about the infamous “East Coast vs. West Coast” controversy during the early 90s, gang culture in music, his decision to leave Death Row, his last minutes with both Biggie and Tupac, and kicks a freestyle. Check it out below.

By @Lou4President

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  1. E M A performed new music at Rough Trade NYC, venting about eerily intrusive big corporations, big government and big data.

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