And the guitarist was having such a great day up until this point...
The Snoop Dogg and Charlie Sheen collaboration that absolutely
everyone no one has been clamoring for has finally surfaced. And it is every bit as terrible as you’d expect from a rapper who jumped the shark about eight years ago and an actor who nuked the fridge about eight weeks ago. It’s called…wait for it…”Winning.” Of course it is.
I miss young Death Row Snoop. The one who hung around with murderers and business-oriented thugs named Suge who held Vanilla Ice over balconies by his ankles. Come back to me, Doggfather!
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As you’ve probably heard by now, West Coast hip-hop crooner Nate Dogg died last night as a result of stroke complications. He had battled strokes often in recent years. At only 41, he was best known for his contributions to Warren G’s “Regulate,” Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode,” and Snoop Dogg’s “Gz Up, Hoes Down.”
After the cut, I’ve included my favorite Nate Dogg track, one that I think too often goes overlooked. It’s his and Snoop’s sweet (read: NSFW) version of the holiday classic “Twas The Night Before Christmas.” Frankly, I think more Christmas tunes need to keep it as real as this one does. Hey Bing Crosby, most kids don’t give a sh*t anymore about a pair of hop-along boots and a pistol that shoots or dolls that will talk and then go for a walk! Get with it!