Snoop Dogg has been immortalized on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after what is certainly a long overdue coronation.
The hip-hop legend has found ways to stay relevant throughout the decades and remains a highly respected figure. Snoop made sure to share his moment with some of his best friends and collaborators in Dr. Dre and Warren G as well as his mentor Quincy Jones. Jimmy Kimmel joined legendary producers, as well as the president & CEO of the Hollywood Chamber, in unveiling the star, while the likes of 2 Chainz, BattleCat, Big Boy, George Lopez, Jeannie Buss, Jeezy, Pharrell Williams, T.I.,Ty Dolla $ign, Warren G and others were in attendance.
The Long Beach native’s marker is dedicated in the category of “Recording” and is the 2,651st to grace the famed sidewalk of Hollywood Boulevard.
“Snoop Dogg is one of those people who can do anything. He raps, he acts, he hosts a television show, he cooks, and helps community kids with his philanthropic work,” said Ana Martinez, producer of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. “He is a man of the ages and we welcome him to our Hollywood Walk of Fame.”
Snoop Dogg: "I want to thank me for believing in me, I want to thank me for doing all this hard work… Snoop Dogg you a bad motherf—er" https://t.co/NhwqManzAW pic.twitter.com/TbzBmMexmt
— Variety (@Variety) November 19, 2018
It’s been another big year for Snoop, who is also celebrating the 25th anniversary of his debut studio album, Doggy Style, which opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart following its release in November 1993. In October, Snoop published his first cookbook, From Crook to Cook, in which he promised to share “snacks to satisfy those munchies,” alongside meals and drinks recipes.