From hip-hop hits like "Gin and Juice" and "Drop It Like It's Hot" to the reggae tunes "Lighters Up" and "No Guns Allowed," Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion can definitely wear the title of "legend" proudly on a crown.
VIBE was on location at the One Musicfest in Atlanta and sat down with Snoop Lion to talk about his new music and his transition from Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion.
"A lot of the fans didn't really understand what it was all about," says Snoop. "What it was more about was just me growing into who I really am."
The new Snoop is also keeping it in the family. After his daughter Cori B made a cameo on his last album Reincarnated, the Doggfather decided to give his two sons Spanky Danky (Corde Calvin Broadus) and Dirty D (Cordell Broadus) a turn. The end result is the recently released collaborative LP Royal Fam.
Check out what Snoop has to say about the project and his sock game in the video above.