Snoop Dogg just made chart history — and his own cereal

Snoop Dogg’s recent performance has placed him in increasingly rare company, underscoring the longevity of his cultural relevance.

Last week, Snoop appeared alongside BTS on Benny Blanco’s new single “Bad Decisions.” As you’d expect with three of music’s biggest names on board, the song debuted at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Snoop one of only three people to have charted the top 10 in the ’90s, 2000s, ’10s and ’20s. Hits landed in 20s.

The other two artists? Jay Z and Mariah Carey.

“@SnoopDogg is the only artist, along with @MariahCarey and Jay-Z, to have earned top 10 hits on the #Hot100 in each of the last four decades: ’90s, ’00s, ’10s, and ’20s,” Billboard tweeted Monday morning.

Snoop has had a dozen top 10 hits in his career, three of which have reached #1. The first came in 1993 with his hit debut single “What’s My Name,” while his first No. 1 came in 2004 with the Pharrell-assisted “Drop It Like It’s Hot.”

His most recent No. 1 came in 2010 with his guest appearance in Katy Perry’s California Gurls.

Snoop hasn’t spoken out about the success yet, but he’s still got his hands full with his latest venture: Snoop Loopz. The new gluten-free granola is on its way to grocery stores via the rapper’s company Broadus Foods.

The news was broken by Master P – another legendary hip-hop entrepreneur – who called it the “best tasting cereal in the game” in an Instagram post.

“Broadus Foods introduces the best tasting cereal in the game Snoop loopz,” wrote Master P. “@snoopdogg we’re taking over the grocery stores. Snooploopz.com The more we earn, the more we give. #GODisgood #familybusiness Berry delicious Fo Shizzle!”

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/music/story/2022-08-16/snoop-dogg-billboard-history-snoop-loopz Snoop Dogg just made chart history — and his own cereal

Sarah Ridley

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