It’s that time of the week again! Snoop Dogg presents the finest tunes from the underground’s rising stars. This week, L.A.’s Hometown Hero Mike Storm rhymed his way all the way to the top spot, while Hazerd feat. Drio’s “Modern Day Slavery” climbed up to #2 and Crime Luciano & Destruct bring the chill vibes with “Eyes Closed” on #3. Subscribe here and make sure to stay in the know of who’s next to take the crown in Snoop’s weekly countdown.
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When Snoop heard about this cause, he knew he wanted to help these kids out. If they don’t get safer helmets and equipment (their equipment now is over a decade old), the Inner City Urban Development (ICUD) league in Des Moines won’t be able to continue helping these kids on and off the field.
Having started a football league of his own, Snoop knows how important a program like this is to these kids — not only to keep them off the streets, but to provide academic support and teach them dedication, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Every kid should have the opportunity to develop these lifelong skills.
Snoop Dogg put up the first $5,000 on the fundraiser’s Tilt page. Join him there and help him help these kids (see link above)!
For $20,000, all 200 players will receive a safer helmet and equipment.
100% of all proceeds will go to the Inner City Urban Development football lead funding of equipment needs & after school programs!!
California players stand up! This week, Berkely-bred 100s grooves his way to the top of Snoop’s Underground Heat with his catchy jam “10 Freaky Hoes“. Hometown Hero Mike Storm and freedom fighters Hazerd feat. Drio come in at a close second and third. Subscribe to Snoop’s weekly countdowns to stay in the mix of the freshest tracks straight from the Underground.
The reddit community, especially the followers in r/trees, have always shown a lot of love for Snoop, and he decided he wanted to give something back. The team has put together this one-of-a-kind ‘Here Comes The King‘ t-shirt, a special shoutout to his fans on reddit. This limited edition tee will only be on sale until September 30th, and the proceeds will go directly to the Marijuana Policy Project.
The last shirt Snoop sold on Tilt sold out really fast, so make sure to get the shirt HERE today!
More Info on Sales & MPP:
You have the option of either white or green. The shirt is an extremely soft, 100% cotton Alternative Apparel t-shirt (unisex sizing). As always, domestic shipping is included. International shipping is available.
Proceeds from the sale will go directly to the Marijuana Policy Project, which is supported by the Reddit r/trees community. To learn more about this organization, visit http://www.mpp.org/.
The MPP believes that the greatest harm associated with marijuana is prison, we focus on removing criminal penalties for marijuana use, with a particular emphasis on making marijuana medically available to seriously ill people who have the approval of their doctors. We know that real change takes more than good ideas, and so MPP is all about getting results — changing policies and laws.
This week, the legendary Baka Boyz of Power 106 stop by Nemo’s GGN studio. They reveal some secrets and tales about their early days on the air and how they spot hidden talent.
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Snoop Dogg dropped a brand new episode of GGN featuring Shawn Stockman from Boyz II Men. They talk about old career stories and how Snoop is going to become the next member of the group.
Snoop also announced his Gladiator School event going down September 19, in Atlanta during the BET Hip Hop Awards weekend. He will host some of the best emcees from around the country to battle it out live!
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Snoop Dogg joins a cast of new stars, along with tons of OGs, at the Gypsy Jane Fest 2014. The festival is happening Oct. 3, 4, & 5 in Denver, Colorado. Make sure to visit their site, GypsyJaneFest.com, for all tickets and info!
Snoop Dogg, aka Nemo Hoes, sits down with famed rapper/signer T-Pain to talk about his return to music. T-Pain and Snoop talk about the balance between work and family life, and why Pain decided to cut off his famous dreads. T-Pain also talks about some of his favorite albums, including that of FKA Twigs, someone whom he credits for bringing him back to music. Check it out in the newest episode of GGN, and make sure to subscribe to be the first to see these one-of-a-kind interviews and behind-the-scenes footage!