Legendary West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg released his latest single “I’m From Long Beach” on Monday, paying tribute to his hometown, where he is still an active philanthropist.
Long Beach Poly’s Jack Jones, a five-star football recruit straight from the LBC, announced his commitment to the University of Southern California yesterday in an interview with Snoop Dogg, posted to the rapper’s Twitter account.
In light of the parent company of iconic Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles declaring bankruptcy last week, Long Beach’s own Snoop Dogg is saying he might just have
Snoop Dogg and The Game, both Long Beach Poly High alumni and Long Beach-raised rappers, led a peaceful demonstration today at police headquarters in downtown Los Angeles to promote unity in the aftermath of the Dallas shootings.
The announcement of Snoop Dogg returning to his old hood to perform at ComplexCon on November 6 may not seem like a banner moment, until you realize he’s never performed in a large-scale capacity in Long Beach, at least not since achieving hip hop stardom—and notoriety—some 20-plus years
He made it back to the hood—for thousands of fans as the night two headliner at ComplexCon. Snoop riveted fans with an enthusiastic performance that had him shimmying, teaming up with hip hop all-stars, and more. We break down some of the highlights from a smooth set.
President Donald J. Trump steadied his Twitter crosshairs on one of Long Beach’s most famous exports Wednesday morning as he unleashed an early morning response to a new Snoop Dogg music video that shows the rapper shooting a clown—one with a striking resemblance to the president—with a fake
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