Snoop Dogg

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  • Snoop Dogg Bad Influence

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    “Chick is lookin' at me strange, but you know I don't care” versus “and my b*tch says she miss me, I’ve been gone too long”. The first quotation is spat by a very famous rapper from the 90s, Snoop Dogg, in the song The Next Episode (released 1999). The other is a top rap single from this past week from the rapper Tyga. Both of these quotes are from the clean version of their respected song, so these versions are the ones getting played on the radio. The word chick in The Next Episode is originally

  • Autobiography, A Life : Snoop Dogg, Myth, A Life

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    Snoop Dogg, a Life Snoop Dogg. The man, the myth, the legend. A rapper from the West Coast, whom had received given some of life’s sourest lemons and turning them into something that resembles lemonade. This man has traveled a long and difficult road, finally leading to his lifelong dream. This dream starting after his founding by Dr. Dre in the early 90’s. Zero to none could have predicted that he would he would become something more than a gangster from the hood. Even considering that he was basically

  • Character Analysis Of Snoop Dogg

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    I will be talking about 3 characters that I feel personally have the same character concepts as me like Snoop Dogg. We share plenty of the same interest but that is for you to read and find out. All three of these characters I visualize are in myself because of the experiences I’ve had are exactly like them. I seem to have the same personalities as them so I suggest I am a very active person but very mellow as well like I don´t need to be rushed unless it is important. The three fictional characters

  • Snoop Dogg Research Paper

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    Snoop Dogg was briefly detained on suspicion of illegal drug use in Sweden on Saturday night. Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr in real life, he insisted that he was a victim of racial profiling. The 43-year-old star took his anger online and ranted on a series of videos. He was pulled over by the Swedish police and believed that he was under the influence of narcotics and took him to the station. The American recording artist filmed the incident while sitting in the back of the patrol car. He shared his

  • Celebrity Role Models

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    Throughout our lives everyday humans find themselves trying to follow in the footsteps of an A-List celebrity. Although celebrities are arguably, just humans, they are unquestionably pinpointed by the media and sensationalized by society. By the many illegal actions such as DUIs, general pubic law violations, hit and runs, examples of bad behavior, and assault and sometimes even murder, many celebrities are not cut out be followed by example, but to be viewed as a lesson to prevent the same mistakes

  • The Career 's Of Many Hip Hop Artist

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    millions to stand up for what was right and to not back down so easy. They also had a fun time while doing so. Some of the artists that they inspired and even started many careers which turned into legacy’s are tied to N.W.A.. 2 Live Crew, Ice T, Snoop Dogg, and the legendary Tupac are all linked together by the core strength of Niggaz Wit Attitude (N.W.A.) 2 Live Crew was not scared to say what they wanted to say after N.W.A. went first. Many of their songs and style of music is perceived as party

  • Hip Hop And Rap Hop

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    are Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg. Lamar is considered as an American influential rapper. Whereas, the west coast godfather, Snoop Dogg, falls under the genre of gangsta rap. These West Coast rappers are from the same area, but when it comes to Hip-hop, they seem to speak a different language. The evolution of the world changes the topics discussed in Hip-hop, these two artists promote similar messages in their music, such as gang affiliation, unity, and politics. Snoop Dogg who is from Long Beach

  • Music Essay

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    Music Hip-Hop Getting a Bad Rap Among many problems in society today, rap music is being blamed for the confusion of America's youths. One key problem is the way a child is raised. Not having a positive role model can have a powerful effect on a child. The other dilemma is the type of rap music. Gangster rapper's lyrics seem to corrupt and have a negative image on a youth's mind. Two possible steps to taking the blame away from rap music is by placing the spotlight on other influences such

  • Drugs in Popular Culture

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    Academic Writing & Presentation Word Count: 1099 The Relationship between marijuana use amongst teenagers and the popularity of West Coast Rap Music Introduction Marijuana has been around for hundreds of years and the use of marijuana has been becoming more and more popular especially among teenagers (Lee, 2012). Music has also been around for a very long period of time, in a vast aray of genres. What has changed in music however, is the references to drugs (specifically marijuana)

  • The Power of Hip-hop in the Business World Essay

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    Since its conception, Hip-Hop culture has always been popular among young people. Now businesses are beginning to use Hip-Hop cultures popularity among the young people to increase the sales of their products. By advertising fashion, films and other miscellaneous types of products businesses use the hip hop culture to appeal to a target audience. Since the late 1970s, Hip-Hop fashion has changed significantly over the years. As the future approaches it has become a prominent part of the fashion