Snoop Dogg's son, Cordell Broadus, is one of the top dogs in high-school football, and if everything goes to plan he could be headed to a top university after he graduates in 2015. Although he just finished his freshman year at Diamond Bar High School, Broadus has received a scholarship offer to play football at UCLA.
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For a few years, Paris Hilton was at the forefront of pop culture, and no one really knew why (aside from that pesky sex tape, which also seemed to work well for her BFF-turned-frenemy Kim Kardashian).
She was lanky, rich and had no discernible talent. At her pinnacle, she released an album and an admittedly catchy but much-ignored single, 'Stars Are Blind.' Then she fell off the radar for a while.
Happy 4/20 to all of the bong rippers, blunt smokers and joint tokers out there. To celebrate the nationwide smoke up today, we'd like to know who your favorite celebrity stoner is. There are a handful of artists out there who are very open about their love and passion for marijuana, but of these famous potheads, who is your favorite?
The old past time of trading baseball cards has gone to a new level thanks to trading-card company Platinum League. The company is releasing its "first-ever interactive hip-hop trading cards" on May 1. Rap icons Snoop Dogg, Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur are among the 100 artists featured in the collection.
The Tupac Shakur hologram was such a big hit at the Coachella Music Festival that talks are underway to bring it on tour with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The Wall Street Journal reports that reps for Dre and Snoop are figuring out the logistics to bring the virtual Tupac on a proposed joint trek.
Tupac Shakur has been dead for over 15 years, but at Sunday's (April 15) Coachella Music Festival, the late rapper was resurrected for a rare concert appearance with fellow rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. The rap legend -- in hologram form -- was digitally recreated for Coachella, and it wowed thousands of concertgoers in attendance.
Hip-hop started out in the park with just two turntables and a microphone. Now it's a global art form. A film on the lyricism of hip-hop has been long overdue, which is why it's great to see that Ice T's self-produced documentary 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap' will hit theaters this summer.