Snoop Dogg has been delivering hood news on his Double G News Network webseries GGN since its launch in 2011 on his WestFestTV YouTube channel. The charismatic rap legend and avid smoker (a.k.a. anchor Nemo Hoes) lights up YouTube screens as he blazes through interesting conversations, sultry “Stormy Fronts” forecasts hijacked by bikini-clad ladies and high-profile plus-ones.
While every episode is sheer entertainment, here are 10 of Snoop’s most memorable GGN moments (so far) below.
10. DJ Khaled
The We The Best CEO offered up the keys to his Snapchat success for an interview they don’t want you to see.
9. Too $hort
With blunts in tow, the Oakland rap veteran and Long Beach’s finest deliver the “G-Mixx” to $hort’s classic 1987 hit “Freaky Tales.”
8. Margaret Cho
“Getting to smoke this with you is like Holy Communion,” says the Asian comedienne as she discusses marijuana legalization, performing stand-up at her parents’ bookstore and expresses her wishes for a duet with Snoop.
The self-proclaimed “forefathers of smoking” make the case for a Mt. Kushmore, the marijuana movement and a film with Snoop, Method Man, Red and B-Real.
6. Tony Hawk
The skateboarding god glides through GGN to reflect on his skating legacy and catching Snoop perform on the epic Up in Smoke tour.
Snoop partakes in a blunted conversation with the Queens rap squad (and Kidd Kidd) about Southern rap, beefing up his business savvy thanks to Master P and the importance of originality.
4. Jimmy Kimmel
Snoop talks shop with the late-night king about smoking in the bathroom at the White House and Kimmel requesting a Snoop Deville in his contract when he first landed his ABC gig.
3. Cheech & Chong
The Up In Smoke duo reunite with Snoop for one of the most insightful smoke sessions on YouTube covering Tommy Chong’s memories in jail with Jordan Belfort (the real-life muse behind The Wolf of Wall Street) and being the pioneers of weed culture.
2. Larry King
The iconic TV host swaps his suspenders and tie for an Adidas track suit and rasta hat for a first-hand rap lesson from Snoop. King even spits some lines dedicated to peanut butter, reading, the Dodgers and dinner dates.
1. Seth Rogen
The well-known comic brings a whole lotta chuckles to GGN and even rolls a cross joint for the Lord of the Chronic.