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Anne Hathaway and Jimmy Fallon Perform Broadway Versions of Rap Hits: VIDEO

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Jimmy Fallon is known for presenting off-beat musical interludes on his late night talk show (e.g. Idina, Paul Rudd, The Boss, Miley, JGL, JT, Mariah et al). The latest installment? Anne Hathaway pairing up with the funny-man to perform Broadway versions of rap songs. The duo covered Snoop Dogg’s “Gin and Juice,” 50 Cent’s “In Da Club,” and Kendrick Lamar’s “B---- Don’t Kill My Vibe.”

Anne even gives a shout out to all the “Hatha-haters” out there.

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Lance Bass is 'Walking on Air' with Snoop Dogg and Some Other People in New Single: LISTEN

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Lance Bass has released "Walking on Air", his first new song in more than a decade, and the euro-style dance track is crowded with additional contributors including Snoop Dogg, Australian producer Anise K, and singer Bella Blue.

A different version of the track was actually first released in 2013.

Said Bass to E!: "For the last two years I've been listening to demos, just trying to figure out if I want to get back in the studio. I hadn't heard anything that resonated with me. But a couple of months ago, a track from Anise K landed in my lap from a friend of mine and he was like, 'I think this will be your first song."

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Robyn Does Some Gender-Bending in Snoop Dogg Collaboration: VIDEO

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Swedish pop star Robyn today dropped a video for "U Should Know Better", a three-year-old track featuring Snoop Dogg from her Body Talk Pt. 2 album, and the video features a pair of gender-flipped doubles for the two singers.

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Snoop Lion Not Sure if It Will Ever Be Acceptable to Be Gay in the Rap Music World

Snoop Lion talks to Simon Hattenstone at The Guardian:

Snoop_lionWhat about homosexuality? "I don't have a problem with gay people. I got some gay homies." He looks round the room and laughs. "Yeah, for real. People who were gay used to get beat up. It was cool to beat up on gay people back then. But in the 90s and 2000s, gay is a way of life. Just regular people with jobs. Now they are accepted, not classified. They just went through the same things we went through as black."

He recently spoke out in support of gay marriage in America. Does he think that Frank Ocean coming out is a sign of progress in the rap world? "Frank Ocean ain't no rapper. He's a singer. It's acceptable in the singing world, but in the rap world I don't know if it will ever be acceptable because rap is so masculine. It's like a football team. You can't be in a locker room full of motherf**king tough-ass dudes, then all of a sudden say, 'Hey, man, I like you.' You know, that's going to be tough."


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Watch: Snoop Dogg's Rap Ode to True Blood's Sookie Stackhouse

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In a video I never expected to see, backed by a group of Sookie Stackhouse dancers, Snoop Dogg offers a rap invitation to the True Blood heroine.

"And bring your friend. Bring your best friend, Tara. I got some real eggs for her to eat, and these eggs come wit a whole lotta cheese and grits."

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