Snoop Dogg Speech: Love What You Do!

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Snoop Dogg Speech: Love What You Do!

Watch this famous Snoop Dogg Speech. Rapper and Songwriter Snoop Dogg talks about how being personal and being himself is the key to his continued success and fame and how mentoring young kids has inspired him. Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., known professionally as Snoop Dogg, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, media personality, entrepreneur, and actor. Enjoy our Speeches with subtitles and keep your English learning journey.


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“Love goes unappreciated a lot of times, but you still gotta keep giving it.” Snoop Dogg

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Snoop Dogg full TRANSCRIPT:

“Sal Masekela: 22 years you have been in this game, so to speak. 30 million albums. The story is well-known. But what I want to know, where it began for you. You are still here. You are still beyond the call of relevant. But tell us a little bit about where you come from.

Snoop Dogg: Well, I come from east side Long Beach, Long Beach, California. I was raised by my mother, single parent. And she raised me on good music, having a good time. I’m a ’70s baby. So in the ’70s, it was all about peace, love, and happiness. So I believe that spirit is the spirit I live by today, you know, being a kid, just being a big grown kid. And I love to have fun. I love to show love. I love music. I love art. I just love being creative. And my mother always kept me in the presence of people like there were times in the ’70s where it would be a party in the living room and all the kids would be in the back. And they would call me in the living room to come dance because I could dance real good with the big girls.

Sal Masekela: What was some of that music that your mother was playing?

Snoop Dogg: It was a song called “I ain’t going to bump no more with this big fat woman.” That was one of the songs I used to dance to the most. “I ain’t going to bump no more with no big fat woman.”
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