The veteran rapper spit bars about his reign in and out of the Rap game.
For decades, Snoop Dogg has been making boss moves from the studio to the boardroom.
The Long Beach legend has reformed his entire brand and now, he’s more recognized for his close friendship with Martha Stewart than the legal troubles of his youth. Snoop has returned with a replacement single “C.E.O.,” reportedly produced by Rick Rock, where he reminds the planet why he’s deserving of respect—and in fact , Snoop didn’t miss a hammer in plugging his INDOGGO liquor brand.
“I’ve been a boss and entrepreneur during this game for many years and that i keep it up building my empire,” Snoop told Rolling Stone.
“My new single, ‘C.E.O.’ talks about the work and hustle I put in to be the boss. With moves like launching my very own liquor brand, INDOGGO, and with weed brands, shows, and more, I stay my grind.”
Watch Snoop Dogg rock his iced out death house Records chain within the visual to “C.E.O.”
Snoop Dogg in the building, yes, y’all
Line ’em up, barbershop, fade em all
Watching the game from the halls of fame
I’m balling, mayne, I boss up back in this thang
Believe me, bro, you wanna stick around and see the show
See me go, Snoop Dogg CEO