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Snoop Dogg - RESCHEDULED featuring Special Guests including Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Versatile, Obie Trice & D12

Venue name: The O2
Address: Peninsula Square, Greenwich London SE10 0DX

Categories: Concerts & Tour Dates
Starts at: 2021.02.15, 00:00

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Whilst everyone is currently working hard to keep everyone safe and healthy in the coming months, we’re are also working to give you great entertainment to look forward to and enjoy once the Coronavirus lockdown is over.With that in mind, here’s a message from the promoter:  Due to current circumstances, this event has been rescheduled to Monday 15th February 2021 . We want to reassure you that your current tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled show and you do not need to do anything to secure your booking. If you have any questions please contact your point of purchase. We look forward to seeing you soon!For more information on event changes and our Coronavirus FAQs – please click

Performers

Name: Snoop Dogg

While he's toned down his interactions with the law in recent years, no rapper with such a violent and illicit past has made as much of himself as Snoop Dogg. Snoop became one of the idols of West Coast rap in the early 90s, mixing a sultry smooth voice with hard and cutthroat lyrics. Since his debut in 1993, Snoop has been steadily recording albums every couple of years and performs on tour dates that are still attended by huge crowds. His latest album, Doggumentary, is a sequel to his first album, Doggystyle, and a prime example of how Snoop hasn't forgotten his roots after all these years. During his youth, Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., began singing in the choir at the local baptist church, eventually starting to rap in the sixth grade. Snoop attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School and was a member of the Rollin' 20 Crips. In his free time, Snoop began recording freestyle sessions with his friend Warren G and his cousin Nate Dogg. Snoop Dogg's freestyle over En Vogue's "Hold On" was heard by Dr. Dre at a party and Snoop was invited to the studio for an audition. Snoop began his commercial career with appearances on Dr. Dre's debut solo album, The Chronic, and on the single "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang". Hype for Snoop's debut 1993 album was increased by the success of Dr. Dre's solo album and Snoop Dogg's own murder charges; Doggystyle ended up going four times platinum after just a year and sold more copies than The Chronic. Snoog Dogg's newfound status as a rap star led to a series of tour dates and further spread the word about the LBC rapper. Snoop Dogg's follow-up album, The Doggfather, was released in 1996, shortly after Dr. Dre left Death Row Records. The album was produced largely by DJ Pooh and Daz Dillinger, and featured a slower, softer sound than Snoop's previous G-funk sound. Growing tired of Suge Knight and Death Row, Snoop opted to sign with Master P's label, No Limit Records, in 1998 and released his next three albums with the label. Snoop's music radically evolved in 2002 with Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss, which showed the dissolution of his gangsta image and sound and the birth of his pimp image and smoother sound. This era also saw Snoop Dogg playing concert dates to stadiums full of people, further cementing his status as a mainstream icon.

Categories: Music, Music: Hip Hop/Rap, Music: R&B/Soul, Music: Pop

Name: Tha Dogg Pound

Categories: Music, Music: Hip Hop/Rap

Name: Versatile

Songwriter, producer, rapper, singer, DJ, graphics designer, are not the only things keeping the CEO of D-lux Entertainment & Kingdom Minded (Coming Soon) with an all-encompassing schedule complex. Starting his own series of mix tapes called "Chopped & ReVerSatiliZed" and ReVerSatiliZed Blends is just one of the many projects you will see Versatile's name stamped across. If the name fits wear it, is what I'd say about this storm of talent hailing out of Chicago. Versatile to the fullest ranging from production to the way his presence graces the stage. This handsome entertainer has rocked many venues through out the Chicago area, so if you've seen him then you know exactly what I'm talking about. You may ask yourself, how can one be so well balanced wearing so many hats and keep everything in order? You will always catch Versatile saying "Patience is virtue" in other words if you are good at and believe in what you do and have patience within yourself to accomplish each task effectively then time will fall in place efficiently. It's been over 2 years since he founded D-lux ENT and since then the company has grown into a fountain of opportunities for all the artist and producers that Versatile manages. Singing as a youth that grew into poetic verses transforming into song lyrics and then killa rhymes not to long after is how Versatile got started in the many degrees of music. He is currently working on his solo album titled "Questions & Answers" while being the man behind the music on different artists' albums soon to debut. Versatile has started a trend of production websites for producers to display their skills and reach out to further markets in order to get their music heard and sold. The next project dropping from the D-lux camp is their compilation CD at the beginning of the year, so be on the look out. For all artist, producers, and record labels looking to build bridges, a Versatile start is the way to go, offering services in production, mixing, mastering, duplication, media/graphic design, DJing on location, his signature "Chopped & ReVerSatiliZed", and most importantly to collab with D-lux ENT to bring down any venue.

Categories: Music, Music: Hip Hop/Rap

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