With so much drama in the l-b-c
Its kinda hard bein' snoop d-o-double-g
But i, somehow, some way
Keep comin up with funky *ss sh*t like every single day
Every single day is right. This veteran of the rap game-izzle has been consistently giving us hits out of the west coast since 1993. Gin and Juice, From the Chuuuch to da Palace, Drop it Like It’s Hot and countless collaborations with Dr. Dre and other artists has placed Snoop Dogg in the music history books.
Snoop was a little late taking the stage last Wednesday night at the Boston House of Blues. Almost 2 hours late, to be exact. There was a huge gap of time between opener 88 Keys’ set and the Doggfather’s show. The crowd grew weary waiting on Snoop, checking their phones for Red Sox and Bruins updates, while puffs of smoke filled the air. Just before a riot broke out, Snoop strolled out and performed many of his classics, in that unmistakable Snoop-style flow. Sandwiched between two hypemen and his DJ, Snoop two-stepped his way through the setlist, vibing into a bedazzled microphone. Snoop gave a tribute to the Notorious BIG and Tupac midset, singing 'Hail Mary' and 'Hypnotize'. The crowd-izzle forgave Snoop’s tardiness, as they waved their hands from side to side. Once the first beat dropped, the audience lost themselves in the heavy bass.
Don from Chelsford was right up front, "I'm having a fun time. The music is really, really good. 88 Keys is the bomb! He made me want to dance. The best part was the fist pump." Next to him was Joey, also from Chelmsford and shared this, "I like Snoop because he's got all types of music. You can chill to and relax to some stuff and the other stuff you can bounce around and be all crazy with. Very sick. We love him a lot. Peace."
Ain’t nothin’ but a gangsta party and we all pretended we were gangsta that night. Snoop Dogg's Malice in Wonderland is in stores now-izzle.