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Snoop Dogg performing at the Dell Diamond in Round Rock, Texas

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Snoop Dogg performing at the Dell Diamond in Round Rock, Texas on December 2, 2018.
Drop it like it's hot! Round Rock was selected as a stop on Snoop Dogg's Texas Ballpark Tour featuring the Puff Puff Pass Tour. The iconic rapper's "No Limits" performance headlines a loaded show featuring Uncle Snoop's Army: Too Short, Warren G, Baby Bash, Afro Man, Spice 1 and Suga Free.

"Round Rock is in for a special treat as one of many stops on the Puff Puff Pass Tour," Indigo Road Entertainment Vice President Dan McCrath said. "Snoop has sold over 23 million albums in the United States and has won the hearts of mainstream America. Everyone loves Snoop!"

"This concert is going to appeal to a wide variety of music lovers, not just because of Snoop Dogg and his iconic reputation, but because of the depth and talent in the lineup as well," McCrath said. "Dell Diamond is a great venue to throw the kind of party Uncle Snoop's Army likes to throw."

Snoop Dogg's first solo album dropped in 1993 and included "Gin and Juice," which was listed at No. 8 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop. Since then, Snoop has sold over 35 million albums worldwide. His latest release is the gospel record, "Bible of Love." (Source: Venue)
One of the most iconic figures to emerge from the early '90s G-funk era, Snoop Dogg evolved beyond his hardcore gangsta rap beginnings, becoming a lovable pop culture fixture with forays into television, football coaching, and reggae and gospel music. Introduced to the world through Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Snoop quickly became one of the most famous stars in rap, partially due to his drawled, laconic rhyming, as well as the realistic violence implied by his lyrics.

His 1993 debut effort Doggystyle become the first debut album to enter the charts at number one. After the popularity of gangsta rap waned in the late '90s, he proved himself to be a masterful chameleon in the hip-hop world, riding his pot-loving image in various directions that helped buoy his career into the 21st century.

Snoop Dogg was the main act at the Puff Puff Pass Tour at the Dell Diamond with guests Suga Free, Afroman, Spice 1, Baby Bash, Tha Eastsidaz, Warren G, and Too Short. The tour continues across the United States with the last stop at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia on January 5, 2019.

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