At the end of this year, Snoop Lion’s Reincarnated was nominated for a “Best Reggae Album” Grammy. In Snoop’s documentary Reincarnated, he said:
“I’m never able to perform in situations where I’d love to because I don’t have those kinds of songs…My songs are too hard. I know Obama wants me to come to the White House but what can I perform?”
Following the Grammy nomination for his positive and uplifting music project, Snoop and his family were invited to the White House where he performed a live tribute for Herbie Hancock. Tune in Sunday, December 29th to see the end result at the 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors. But for now, check out some moments of Snoop & his family at the White House:
- The White House continued to defend rolling back Obama-era transgender protections, with Sean Spicer repeatedly insisting it's a "states' rights issue."
- Republican members of Congress face angry town halls flooded with voters opposing Obamacare repeal and other parts of the Trump agenda.
- Indiana police released chilling audio in the case two teens found dead in the woods — a voice captured on one of their phones saying "down the hill."
- Education Secretary Betsy DeVos defended the Trump administration rescinding transgender protections, despite reports she opposed the effort.