Snoop Dogg knows just who is responsible for his success.
25 years of making music and the rapper has finally earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Snoop — whose real name is Calvin Broadus — first made a name for himself in 1992 when he was featured on Dr. Dre’s solo debut album, The Chronic, and a year later released his own debut album, Doggystyle.
Since then, the 47-year-old has sold over 35 million albums worldwide and starred in dozens of film and television productions.
During his Hollywood Star ceremony which was attended by talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, record producer Quincy Jones, and Dr. Dre, the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper said, “I want to thank me for believing in me.”
“I want to thank me for doing all this hard work,” he continued. “I want to thank me for having no days off. I want to thank me for never quitting. I want to thank me for always being a giver, and trying to give more than I receive. I want to thank me for trying to do more right than wrong. I want to thank me for just being me at all times.”
You deserve a gin & juice, Snoop.