Snoop Dogg -- occasionally known as Snoop Lion or Snoopzilla -- apparently filled up his hotel room in Melbourne, Australia, with so much smoke that it set off a fire alarm that summoned the fire brigade.
Which, if you think about it, isn't all that surprising. Impressive? Yes. Surprising? Not so much.
If there is one thing that Snoop Dogg, er, Snoop Lion is adept at, it's getting hot pop starlets to work with him and feature on his tracks or to feature on theirs. Besides Miley Cyrus on 'Ashtrays and Heartbreaks,' he's recruited Brit diva Rita Ora for 'Torn Apart,' a decidedly reggae track where the two trade vocals in their DNA distinct styles.
There's another new taste of music featuring Miley Cyrus. While our last nugget of new music from the singer/actress was her featured vocal on Borgore's EDM track 'Decisions,' she's doing the same type of featuring, only this time with Snoop Dogg, aka Snoop Lion.
The track is titled 'Ashtrays and Heartbreaks' and it feels like Snoop is the guest on his own song, as Miley takes the lead. However, it's the Lion's track off of his upcoming 2013 album, 'Reincarnated.'
Snoop Lion has left his gang-banging alter ego, Snoop Dogg, far in the dust with his new clip for 'No Guns Allowed,' featuring Drake and his daughter, Cori B. The touching video shows aftermath scenes of gun violence in familiar places like Aurora, Newtown and Columbine.
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