Snoop Dogg

    Page 1 of 8 - About 71 Essays
  • Snoop Dogg Influence On Religion

    The person who I chose to research more information on is, Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. but he identifies himself as aka: ‘Snoop Dogg’. American Rapper/Record producer and Actor, Entrepreneur. He was raised as a Baptist, then he converted to Mormonism, then to Islam and now currently his religion is Rastafari religion • Aka: Snoop Dogg was born October 20, 1971 in Long Beach, California, US. • He was raised Baptist, starting his musical career by playing the piano at the local Baptist church. • He converted from Baptist to the Mormonism religion • Arrested in 1993 and charged for being a murder accomplice • His third time of changing religion was to Islam. • Currently reported he traveled to Jamaica and exchanging Islam religion to Rastafari.…

    Words: 327 - Pages: 2
  • The Importance Of Music

    A lot of times, fast paced music makes me more motivated to do things. So, I guess it depends on what is going on. I know Kelly Clarkson has some songs that I really liked and make a person feel empowered when down. My mother passed away last year and to this day I still think of her everytime I hear certain songs. Some of these songs we chose to have played at her funeral. For example, Martina McBride’s “In My Daughter’s Eyes” was a song that always reminded me of my mom and I thought it…

    Words: 904 - Pages: 4
  • Death Row Record Analysis

    Dre being one of these artist sought out Dick Griffey, a black LA businessman and owner of SOLAR records, which had recorded numerous local R&B groups Griffey offered Dre and his fellow artists, including Snoop Dogg, office space and a studio in Hollywood. At this moment in time Suge Knight meets and befriends Dr. Dre in future partnership.Suge Knight met Dr. Dre while he was filling in as a bodyguard for Bobby Chestnut. Knight was a college graduate, with a proficient amount of intellect when…

    Words: 906 - Pages: 4
  • Viola Davis Character Traits

    Rowling 's, born July 31st 1965 is a phenomenon story. Her Harry Potter series is one of the well-known, award winning successful books in the world. This fantasy series has sold more than 400 million copies. Besides the books she contributed to the movies made about her movies. Rowling 's went through great poverty receiving benefits from the state. She is the most popular and successful book writers in the United Kingdom.She contributes to many charities including One Parent Families,…

    Words: 1091 - Pages: 5
  • The Power Of Language: Snoop Dogg

    Non-formal speech becomes extremely hard to follow, so talking this way is usually used with close friends and family. The reason for that is because it’s riddled with slang and emotions specific to it so that the speaker could differentiate themselves to a specific interest group. The best example of this is in music lyrics, and one man that excels at it is a rapper named Snoop Dogg, who has contributed more to non-formal speech than any one person to date. With the song "Drop It Like It's Hot"…

    Words: 1360 - Pages: 6
  • Semiotics In Rap Culture

    Music videos often show these symbols representing that these things are what makes a male successful and powerful. When young guys see this, it shows that in order to be successful and powerful, you must obtain these things. For example, in the music video P.I.M.P. by 50 Cent, featuring Snoop Dogg, the video starts with 50 Cent leaving an expensive car. Later in the music video, they are in a mansion dancing with expensive brand name clothing, chains and Nike shoes with money and drugs…

    Words: 955 - Pages: 4
  • Snoop Dogg's Influence On Hip Hop

    relations, drugs, and sex, and because of this, many people couldn’t enjoy a very popular form of art. This form of hip hop was popular for its “edgy, noisy sound [, and] lyrically it was abrasive, as the rappers spun profane, gritty tales of urban crime” (“Gangsta”). The aggressiveness of this type of music not only made it unappealing, but also the aspects of crime made it hard for many to relate to, because only those who experienced these uncivilized actions being performed often would feel…

    Words: 1534 - Pages: 7
  • Gangsta Rap And Drill Music

    Introduction Rap lyrics have continuously made a large impact on the lives of people living in the North American ghettos in both positive and negative ways. Rap music, intrinsically has generally created a positive base to which people of the North American ghetto can relate and express their feelings and values towards things like mainstream culture. Kubrin refers to rap music as “The CNN for black America” (2005), it keeps the nation updated with the struggles of the ghetto. Although the…

    Words: 2500 - Pages: 10
  • Write An Essay On Subway Art

    Heights. After he attained notoriety, “Kids all over New York, realizing the fame and notoriety that could be gained from "tagging" their names on subway cars (that traveled all over the city, naturally) began to emulate Taki 183. The goal was to "get up" (using the slang of the day), to have one 's name in as many places as possible, and as kids competed against each other to get famous, the amount of graffiti on trains exploded.” The basic illegality of the action of “tagging” gave the art…

    Words: 860 - Pages: 4
  • Out From Under The Blank Analysis

    should rap not be allowed in school assignments as another way to express emotion? Could anything worth having come from allowing rap to be a more acceptaed form of speech? Rap and poetry has gotten a bad "rap" over the last decade. From poetry slams to vulgar rap songs that are degrading to women from a feminist standpoint, it has not been the easiest to listen to. Then come along rap songs from the eighties through the ninties that make a statement about government treatment towards ethnic…

    Words: 1231 - Pages: 5
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: