The S-N-O-O-P to the D-O-Double-G wants to rock the V-O-T-E in the C-O-L-O-R-A-D-O, and it’s all for the Dro, bro.
On Halloween weekend, the Compton rap legend is hosting a multi-day music and comedy festival for gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunafon just in time for the general election.
The Dunafon campaign and Snoop Dogg have been down for quite some time now. In addition of organizing the Yes We Cannabis Festival, Snoop’s posted photos of himself and Dunafon on his Instagram and dropped a few bars on Dunafon’s campaign song “The Trap.”
The festival is taking place at the Infinity Park sports and entertainment complex in Glendale, where Dunafon serves as mayor.
Snoop’s stumping for Dunafon marks the second time in the past week that a hip-hop artist jumps into the political fight to legalize cannabis. Afroman teamed up with NORML and Weedmaps to remake his hit, “Because I Got High,” on a positive tip.