11 Potential Future Snoop Animals

Snoop Dogg has only recently transformed into Snoop Lion, but imagine all the other Snoop Animals and genres waiting to be unleashed into the Izzleverse. Here are a few predictions for other musical avenues the Snoopmobile can take to sonic glory. “Reincarnated” comes out in theatres March 15th. DVD and album available April 16th. Listen to the single “La La La” now on Rdio.

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1. Snoop Manatee

GENRE: Dubstep. Duh.

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2. Snoop Swan

GENRE: The pop star.

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3. Snoop Bear

GENRE: Indie Rock. Indie rock bands love to have a bear name, right?

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4. Snoop Wood-Mouse

GENRE: Indie Pop/Twee/Shoegaze. Tiny animal, tiny self-conscious lyricism.

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5. Snoop Goat

GENRE: Americana/Folk. The beard says it all.

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6. Snoop St. Bernard

GENRE: Classical Music. Reverting back to ’90s dog form. THE 1890s!

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7. Snoop Falcon

GENRE: 80s Hair Metal. Just say it out loud, you’ll understand.

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8. Snoop Spider

GENRE: Alternative Jazz-Hop, with Snoop on the drums.

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9. Snoopopotamus

GENRE: Psychedelic rock. Like, totally.

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10. Snoop Snail

GENRE: “Chopped and Screwed” 90s Grunge… reaaaaaaal slow, my mollusks.

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11. Snoopasaurus

GENRE: Death metal.

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