You might not have a car or a big gold chain, stay true to yourself and things will change— Snoop Dogg
The most memorable Snoop Dogg quotes that will inspire your inner self
A lot of people like to fool you and say that you're not smart if you never went to college, but common sense rules over everything. That's what I learned from selling crack.
Bikinis, zucchinis, martinis No weenies.
When I'm not longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and call myself Scoop Dogg.
You might not have a car or big gold chain, stay true to yourself and things will change.
Be your own leader, be your own self, step out of my shadows and be your own person.
Rolling down the street, smoking indo, sippin' on gin and juice.
Trump says he wants to run for president.
Why not? It wouldn't be the first time he pushed a black family out of their home.
If it's flipping hamburgers at McDonald's, be the best hamburger flipper in the world. Whatever it is you do you have to master your craft.
I'm here to impress only one man. He don't live here with us. He's on top. So that's all I'm concerned about. My work is not for the public or for man to view or make judgment on me, I work for one person.
Don't get upset girl, that's how it goes. I don't love you hoes, I'm out the door.
You've got to always go back in time if you want to move forward.
Sometimes, if you're lucky, someone comes into your life who'll take up a place in your heart that no one else can fill, someone who's tighter than a twin, more with you than your own shadow, who gets deeper under your skin than your own blood and bones.
The most important decision I've made in business? The choices of people I have around me. When I first started I brought everybody with me, my homies from the neighborhood, criminals. I just said, 'Come on everybody, we made it.' Then I had to realize we didn't make it. I made it.
Cut throats, gun smoke, dope, and hoes, is what controls niggas souls.
Rollin' down the street, smokin' indo, sippin' on gin an juice Lay back with my mind on my money and my money on my mind.
You got to be who you are when you are.
Life is about growing and evolving. I feel like my life has been in stages, and the stages I went through when I was younger allowed me to grow into the man I am today.
There's no such thing as losing touch.
You can take me out of the ghetto, but you can't take the ghetto out of me.
It's Christmas time and my rhyme's steady bumpin.
Everybody happy, hair still nappy, Gonna steal a gift for my old grandpappy.
Drop it like it's hot.
It makes me feel the way I need to feel.
My younger son, Cordell, aka Lil Snoop, loves me like a fan loves Snoop Dogg.
He's inspired by making me happy. My older son, Corde, aka Spank, does everything I say, with effort and determination - but he does it for himself. He gets his thrill out of seeing his own results on the football field.
The best advice I've ever got is to be yourself.
Stay true to who you are and what you stand for and you'll go far in life.
It's an unexplainable feeling, an expression.
It's a touch, it's a feel. Once you feel it, it's like no other thing in the world.
Push yourself, when you get smart up top (in your head), your skills will fall right into place.
I learned how to take other people's mechanisms of promoting their stuff through me as opposed to promoting my own stuff, as far as getting Snoop DeVilles, SnoopDeGrills, Snoop Doggy Dogg biscuits, Snoop Dogg record label, Snoop Dogg bubble gum, Snoop Youth Football League.
An older guy, he's going to show you things that a young man can't show you.
He's going to show you how to stay alive. He's going to show you how to turn corners where your young friends will show you how to turn right into that wall, you know what I'm saying?
Well, hip-hop is what makes the world go around.
In the black culture, certain kids are given nicknames that they roll with forever; the nicknames outweigh their real names. I'm one of those scenarios.
I'm a spiritual man and I've always felt connected to Rastafari.
I'm not a Rastafarian but I've got so much respect for the lifestyle and religion, and I'm so thankful I was able to meet some of the most influential Rastafarians during my Jamaica trip. They taught me so much and really helped me evolve into who I am today.
If you're trying to get somebody and this might be the only time you're going to catch him, but he is holding his baby and with his mama, you ain't gonna let that chance go by. That's the mentality of the streets. If you let that chance go by, he might catch your ass.
That's how we do it in the black community;
we give back to the people who made us who we are. We never forget that.
I wanted to become a better Snoop Dogg, full of water, proteins and stuff to keep me alive . . . lollipops and Big Macs.
They legalized alcohol, they legalized tobacco.
What is it gonna hurt to legalize this medicinal, medical marijuana that's used for purposes of cataracts?
You won't hear any more alcohol songs from Snoop Dogg - unless I stumble upon some Hennessy.
COAST TO COAST, L.A. TO CHICAGO.
As a black man, I have to respect myself and have nice things. As a man in general.
They say I'm greedy, but I still want more, cause my eyes want to journey.
It's hard to say goodbye to the streets.
It's all how you do it. You can pass by and say, 'What's happening?' and keep it moving, but it's a certain element that'll never be able to roll with you once you get to this level, because that's the separation of it all.
Barack Obama makes me feel good to be a black man.
You're turned in to the biggest balls of them all, DJ Suk T Nutts.
What people don't understand is joining a gang ain't bad, it's cool, it's fine.
When you in the hood, joining a gang it's cool because all your friends are in the gang, all your family's in the gang. We're not just killing people every night, we're just hanging out, having a good time.
I like going to areas where the murder rate is high and dropping it.
Anytime you're with somebody, you become a reflection of that person.
I believe the first five years of our relationship was me grooming her, getting her tough and getting her ready for all of this and how to deal with it. The last was just her being a strong Black woman who has her man's back.
When I make the music that I make, when it comes to reggae music, I engulf the whole spirit of it all. It's just like when I do rap music or whatever style of music I do, I have to engulf the character I do and bring that to life.
I'm no reporter. That's for the man with a suit and tie. I'm just relating to my people the best way I know, bringing them what they know and what they see out on the streets. I'm bringing it to them in a musical way, through a way of partying rather than violence. Now they can party their way through their problems.
I have always said I was Bob Marley reincarnated.
I stay busy and projects look for me.
I aint goin nowhere no time soon and that's how I continue to evolve. By stayin relevant and makin hits.
My trigger finger itching, positioned at your dome, one twitch and it's on.
No remorse or second thoughts.
What drives me is makin hits and keepin tha fans happy n wantin more.
I can't stay put for long so I need to be workin and crankin out hits and projects. Touring. Music. TV. Films. Headphones. Football leagues. That's what keeps it movin. U aint gotta get ready when you stay ready.