Snoop Dogg Slow And Steady With Effortless Humor

Benjamen Purvis of the Las Vegas Weekly reviewed ’s performance at the Wild 102 Spring Bling at the Aladdin, giving the rapper 4 stars. Purvis writes, “Snoop doesn’t have to do a thing to engage a crowd; in fact, it’s his low-key, slip-through-undetected body language—first introduced to the world in the music video for Dr. Dre’s ‘Deep Cover’—that has endeared him to such a wide audience. Whereas Mystikal paced the stage like a caged, frenzied tiger just 40 minutes earlier, Snoop was slow and steady—the tortoise that beat the hare. And he’s got a great, effortless sense of humor.”

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