- Geek & Sci-Fi
Well, OK, maybe it's not very effective. But either way, Snoop Lion's new video is pretty cool.
Watch Snoop Dogg give Conan a vaporizer for enjoying those essential herbal oils that aid relaxation and help daily life seem manageable.
Say goodbye to Snoop Dogg and Snoop Lion. Say hello to Snoopzilla.
You can't tell me that Kate Upton doesn't smoke.
Hot Pockets put Kate Upton and Snoop Dogg in a video to promote their product because... well, because they understand how the Internet works
Eddie Murphy is a man of many talents. Add reggae performer to that list of talents.
Have you ever wanted to play a video game as Kanye West? 'Kanye Quest 3030' is now available for a free download.
Longtime Houston hardheaded spitter Cory Mo drops a visual for his pimpin'-themed cut "Chose Me," featuring fellow macks GLC, Bun B and Snoop Lion.
The Celtics are in shambles.
Everyone thought Uncle Snoop smoked the wrong strain of weed when he came back from a trip to Jamaica with the announcement of a reggae album.
Ahh, I have to come clean.
People are quick to judge Snoop Dogg's new, Rastafari-influenced music, but they're even quicker to forget that his breakthrough record was about killing undercover cops.
Susan Sarandon's dogs were adorable and dominated Fallon's show.
From our point of view, there's absolutely nothing wrong with a 40-something-year-old rapper ditching his gangster persona to make positive music.
Following up the release of "No Guns Allowed" this morning, here's another one from Snoop Lion featuring Miley Cyrus.
When we first featured Snoop's "No Guns Allowed," we - and readers - were quick to note the song's content showed that Snoop's music is beginning to align with his transformation into a peaceful Lion.
Listen to a new track, "No Guns Allowed," from Snoop Lion's upcoming album "Reincarnated," with assistance from Drake, Major Lazer, and Stewart Copeland.