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Asian Dolls Statement on Rapping Past 30 Snoop Dogg Joins the Conversation THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Asian Doll’s Statement on Rapping Past 30: Snoop Dogg Joins the Conversation

Asian Doll’s Statement on Rapping Past 30: Snoop Dogg Joins the Conversation

In a striking twist of opinions that has stirred up the hip-hop scene, Asian Doll has boldly claimed that no one should be rapping past the age of 30. This assertion, tweeted on August 24th, has ignited discussions and drawn attention from both fans and fellow artists.

Asian Doll’s tweet, “Tryna rap at 30 is crazyyyyyyyyyy,” has undoubtedly raised eyebrows within the hip-hop community. At 26 years old and now actively engaged on OnlyFans, her perspective carries weight. While her intention might have been directed towards individuals embarking on a rap career at 30, the statement’s ambiguity has sparked varying interpretations.

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The tweet prompted responses from prominent figures in the industry, including the seasoned rapper Snoop Dogg. Known for his unwavering presence and remarkable contributions to hip-hop, Snoop Dogg humorously chimed in with the comment, “Glad I ain’t 30 no more,” as shared by DJ Akademiks.

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Yet, amidst the banter, the conversation took a different turn. An observer pointed out that Asian Doll’s stance might also be evaluated based on her own rap skills. This individual candidly noted, “It’s crazy tryna rap when you can’t even rap😂.” This viewpoint introduces an essential aspect: the merit and craft required to engage in the rap genre regardless of age.

In the midst of this dynamic exchange, a pertinent question emerges: what is your take on Asian Doll’s tweet? This interaction not only highlights the multifaceted nature of hip-hop communication but also showcases the diversity of opinions within the urban entertainment sphere.

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Ice Cube Replies Tony Yayo's Claim that Biggie Did Storytelling than He Does

Ice Cube Replies Tony Yayo’s Claim that Biggie Did Storytelling than He Does

Ice Cube replies Tony Yayo of his claim that Biggie was more proficient at storytelling than Ice. Tony Yayo featured on the Drink Champs interview and revealed that Biggie is best at storytelling way more than Ice Cube. 

You remember the rapper just shuts down Westside Connection reunion despite mack 10’s comments. 

He said, “That’s the question of the year, bro! I don’t know, man. People asked me that and I really don’t know what it’ll take. I’m down, I’m sure Dub is down. Somebody probably gotta ask Cube what it’ll take because I really don’t know.”

He added, “[Fans] ask me in traffic and everywhere. Might be at the red light or something and somebody will recognize [me]. ‘Man, what’s up Mack? What’s it gonna take to get another Westside Connection album?’ And my answer is the same every day: I don’t know. I really don’t though.”

You remember that the group hasn’t released any Album together since 2003. Ice Cube now enjoy his new group that features Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, and E-40. 

Ice Cube replies Tony Yayo’s claim that Biggie did storytelling than He Does. What do you think? Kindly feel free to let us know in the comments section. 

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Snoop Dogg Doesn't Believe LeBron James Ranks Among the Best Top 5 Lakers of All Time 😲🤯

Snoop Dogg Doesn’t Believe LeBron James Ranks Among the Best Top 5 Lakers of All Time

Snoop Dogg Doesn’t Believe LeBron James Ranks Among Top 5 Lakers of All Time. The rap veteran featured in the Pivot interview and mentioned his top 5 Lakers players of all time but didn’t mention LeBron James. 

While giving the list, Snoop Dogg mentioned, “Kareem Abdul-Jabbar — formerly known as Lou Alcindor until Malcolm got ahold of ’em. Magic ‘Earvin’ Johnson out of East Lansing. Do you understand me? Kobe ‘Jellybean’ Bryant. Oh lord, it’s finna get hard. Shaquille ‘The Real Deal’ O’Neal.”

He added, “I’ma go with Wilt The Stilt! He (Wilt Chamberlain) averaged 50 points a game, man,” Snoop declared. “This before cameras — he probably had 70.”

In the interview, Snoop Dogg also talked about how Master P’s advice saved him from a premature death. During the interview, Snoop Dogg said “He did Pete was smart enough to know that I wasn’t ready to go to war. I just was vigilant and I was like that. I got to defend my pride but my pride would get me killed. When sometimes you gotta be more smarter than the near. You got to know understand why you’re here. 

He added, “And I needed him as a big brother and a mentor to pull me out of that bad environment. Take me to the south, show me a different world. My family is from Mississippi. See sometimes you got to get taken back to your roots.”

What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 

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Snoop Dogg Explains How Master P's Advice Helps Him from Getting Killed 🤯🤨

Snoop Dogg Explains How Master P’s Advice Helps Him from Getting Killed

Snoop Dogg featured on The Pivot Podcast and explained how Master P’s advice get him from getting murdered. 

During the interview, Snoop Dogg said “He did Pete was smart enough to know that I wasn’t ready to go to war. I just was vigilant and I was like that. I got to defend my pride but my pride would get me killed. When sometimes you gotta be more smarter than the near. You got to know understand why you’re here. 

He added, “And I needed him as a big brother and a mentor to pull me out of that bad environment. Take me to the south, show me a different world. My family is from Mississippi. See sometimes you got to get taken back to your roots.”

Don’t forget that Dr. Dre express unmatched excitement for Snoog Dogg’s latest album. A producer who has worked with both Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, Smitty said, “It’s gonna be great music. That’s not even the given. What people won’t expect is the level of execution that Snoop is committed to. Snoop’s in his bag.

“I was in Hawaii working with other projects last week. He called me — I’m three hours behind, it has to be 8 in the morning — he’s like ‘Man, this is Snoop. Little bro, I ain’t seen Dre this excited since The Chronic. He’s really excited about what we’re doing.’” 

What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 

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Mind Blowing AI Cover of 50 Cents Classic Song Leaves Mike Tyson in Awe THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Mind-Blowing AI Cover of 50 Cent’s Classic Song Leaves Mike Tyson in Awe

In a surprising twist, AI technology has resurrected the voices of 2Pac and Biggie, captivating listeners with a rendition of a beloved 50 Cent track. Even retired heavyweight boxing champion, Mike Tyson, was left astounded by the AI-generated masterpiece.

During an episode of the Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson podcast, guest Tony Yayo shared tales from G-Unit’s heyday before delving into the influence of AI voice technology in the music industry. To demonstrate its power, Yayo requested the playing of “Many Men” by 50 Cent, 2Pac, and Biggie.

Tyson and co-host DJ Whoo Kid were taken aback. Although not an exact replica of a collaboration between the iconic artists, the fusion of Biggie’s voice delivering 50 Cent’s hook and 2Pac’s opening verse left Tyson astonished. It was a mind-bending experience that left everyone in awe.

While Yayo was impressed by the AI-driven future, other artists, like Snoop Dogg, remain skeptical. Snoop expressed his reservations about a proposed AI-generated joint album featuring Biggie and 2Pac, suggesting that incorporating their original vocals would be a more authentic approach. Likewise, Ice Cube also voiced his concerns, stating he would take legal action against anyone attempting to create AI-generated songs using his voice.

Snoop Dogg Reveals He Was Making $15K Per Night; Admits New Rappers Make More Money

Snoop Dogg Reveals He Was Making $15K Per Night; Admits New Rappers Make More Money

Snoop Dogg Reveals He Was Making $15K Per Night; Admits New Rappers Make More Money.

He featured on Million Dollarz Worth of Games where he admitted that new rappers make more money than 2Pac and Biggie. 

As the interview progressed, Wallo said “I told a young rapper this shit the other day. He was talking about, he’s like man I supposed to be getting more money. We was on a phone call. He’s popular. Everybody knows this motherfucker.” 

He added, “I said let me tell you something nephew. Be thankful for your blessings. You run around getting 30s and 40s a night. You getting paid more than TuPac and Biggie was getting. Like I said what is you tripping about?” 

He replied, “ft getting 15 a night back then.” 

When he featured on Big Boy TV, Snoop Dogg said Tupac hated him before he died. 

As the interview progressed, Snoop Dogg said Tupac hated him before he died. He said nigga attempted to kill him when he visited LA because of a comments he passed. 

However, he said that he had a good relationship with Tupac until two days to his death when he began to hate on him. 

During the interview also, Snoop Dogg revealed that he didn’t like Tupac’s “Hit Em Up.” He said it’s like you’re buying problems for yourself. 

Snoop Dogg Reveals He Was Making $15K Per Night; Admits New Rappers Make More Money. Kindly let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project 😀🤔

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project. The rapper at an event answered an interview question as to whether he would love to see a 2Pac and Biggie AI collab album. 

Snoop Dogg answered, “I don’t really know about that. With AI because that’s what kind of like computerized voices, you know. I think if they can find some old tracks with their vocals and put them together, that sounds better to me.” 

Don’t forget that Snoop Dogg detailed how Tu Pac hated him before he died. 

Dogg continued, “I never see myself getting involved. even when he played the video for me to “Hit Em Up” the song I didn’t like the song. I didn’t like it I didn’t like it like I didn’t like the shit. Like it wasn’t like the shit to me like. It was buying, you buy more problems Cuh’, like you are buying problem. Gangsters is everywhere. They make them everywhere. And I think when he got, he got to the mind state that we them m***********. and ain’t nobody like us or if people like us everywhere…”

The interview lasted a few hours where Snoop Dogg details how he joined Death Row, pointing that he never wanted to join at first. 

Snoop Dogg Shows No Interest In a 2Pac and Biggie AI Collab Project. What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 

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Snoop Dogg Says Tupac Hated Him Before He Passed 😏😯

Snoop Dogg Says Tupac Hated Him Before He Passed 😏😯

Snoop Dogg dropped by at the neighborhood and had a conversation with Big Boy. He discussed several issues with Big Boy. 

As the interview progressed, Snoop Dogg said Tupac hated him before he died. He said nigga attempted to kill him when he visited LA because of a comments he passed. 

However, he said that he had a good relationship with Tupac until two days to his death when he began to hate on him. 

During the interview also, Snoop Dogg revealed that he didn’t like Tupac’s “Hit Em Up.” He said it’s like you’re buying problems for yourself. 

Dogg continued, “I never see myself getting involved even when he played the video for me to “Hit Em Up” the song I didn’t like the song, I didn’t like it I didn’t like it like I didn’t like the shit. Like it wasn’t like the shit to me like. It was buying, you buy more problems Cuh’, like you are buying problem. Gangsters is everywhere. They make them everywhere and I think when he got, he got to the mind state that we them m*********** and ain’t nobody like us or if people like us everywhere…”

The interview lasted a few hours where Snoop Dogg details how he joined Death Row, pointing that he never wanted to join at first. 

What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 

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Snoop Dogg Says Tupac's 'Hit Em Up' Is Like "You're Buying Problems"; Reveals He Didn't Like It

Snoop Dogg Says Tupac’s ‘Hit Em Up’ Is Like “You’re Buying Problems”; Reveals He Didn’t Like It

Snoop Dogg featured on the BigBoyTV interview and talked about several issues. 

During the interview, he talked about his relationship with Tupac.  Snoop Dogg said “We was all friends at one point. It’s video footage of all of us hanging out Pac, Biggie Puff, Surge, all of us together prior to Death Row.”

Dogg continued, “I never see myself getting involved even when he played the video for me to “Hit Em Up” the song I didn’t like the song, I didn’t like it I didn’t like it like I didn’t like the shit. Like it wasn’t like the shit to me like. It was buying, you buy more problems Cuh’, like you are buying problem. Gangsters is everywhere. They make them everywhere and I think when he got, he got to the mind state that we them m*********** and ain’t nobody like us or if people like us everywhere…”

The interview lasted a few hours where Snoop Dogg details how he joined Death Row, pointing that he never wanted to join at first. 

Snoop Dogg Says Tupac’s ‘Hit Em Up’ Is Like “You’re Buying Problems”; Reveals He Didn’t Like It. What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 

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Snoop Dogg Reveals When His Mama Sent Him Out of the House

Snoop Dogg Reveals When His Mama Sent Him Out of the House

Snoop Dogg said he was 16 years old when he decided to go on his own. 

Big Boy asked Snoop if his mother threw him out or he just made his own rules. The rapper said his mother’s threw him out of the house when he was 17. Snoop said,  “17 she threw me out.” Big Boy Asked where Snoop went at age 17, he said ,’I slept I my car for about 2 years.”

Don’t forget that Wiz Khalifa while performing on stage attempted to out-smoke Snoop Dogg. 

As the show progressed, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa tried who could sustain the smoke the most in the mouth. 

Wiz Khalifa’s kush-up challenge also choked Myke Tyson after he attempted to take in 100 10 weed puffs without exhaling. 

Myke Tyson said, “Oh God. help me!”. Wiz reposted the moment on his Instagram page and added in the comments: “Somebody come help my boy for real.”

Tyson is the latest celebrity to partake in the trending challenge. Gillie Da Kid started the challenge way back in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Gillie wrote on Instagram after unsuccessful attempts to finish the challenge that: “I had to be a real n-gga.” 

What do you think? Kindly let us know in the comments section. 

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