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Snoop Dogg performing during the From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites Tour at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Texas on July 1, 2021. (Photo: Ralph Arvesen)

Multi-platinum hip-hop artist, actor, and entertainment icon Snoop Dogg has remained at the forefront of popular culture for decades, thanks to the release of award-winning albums, world-dominating singles, digital ventures, lifestyle products, and stellar performances in television and film.

Having sold over 30 million albums worldwide, Snoop has received multiple Grammy nominations, helping to define the genre of hip-hop as we know it while releasing iconic hit singles such as ‘Gin & Juice,’ ‘Who Am I?’, ‘Nuthin But a ‘G’ Thang,’ ‘Sensual Seduction’ and ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot.' Releasing twelve albums since 1993, Snoop broke chart records with the seminal hip-hop record Doggystyle, which debuted at No 1 on the Billboard 100 and moved over 800k copies within a week of release.

Most recently, Snoop has continued to develop his sound by working under new monikers: in 2013, he collaborated with Dam-Funk on 7 Days of Funk, released via influential hip-hop imprint Stones Throw, before reinventing himself as Snoop Lion and heading straight to No 1 on Billboard’s Reggae Chart with Reincarnated. Not only a globally successful recording artist and live performer, but Snoop is also one of the world’s most in-demand DJs. Playing under the moniker DJ Snoopadelic, he’s been tearing up clubs, events, and festivals across the world for close to a decade, giving fans a unique experience that only Snoop can provide.

Dropping hip-hop bombshells and electronic cuts alongside some of his best-known anthems, DJ Snoopadelic and his hype crew put on one of the most energetic and crowd-pleasing performances available today.
The show was amazing, the crowd was very chill and extremely cool to be around. I loved how all forms of life were able to come together and were generally nice towards each other/helped each other out. Snoop Dogg was very interactive with us, which in my opinion made the show even cooler. If you're a fan of Snoop Dogg go to his concert!

The review below must not know what a DJ is... We saw Snoop DJ and is was very cool. He played a bigger variety of songs than I anticipated. From the stage behind the DJ table, he sang along with the crowd on the great parts (we were all singing out loud) and he rapped some of his own favorite parts of various songs, and generally just seemed to be loving it all. Playing his favorite songs for us and interacting to come degree with the crowd. It really just felt like we were all hanging out with Snoop.

It was my first time seeing snoop and he was everything I expected.

Snoop is a legend and put on a great show. His audience is diverse which made this concert even more fun. I’m so happy that I went to see him.

It was really fun with a great vibe. Snoop was awesome.

It was incredible!
Snoop Dogg was the main act at the HEB Center with guests Slim Thug and Lil Keke. They continue across the United States, Canada, and Europe with the last stop at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, Great Britain on September 7, 2021.

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