Snoop Dogg proposes what would be an epic Super Bowl Halftime Show

Though it could be because I am not huge into music, I have been pretty bored during most of the Super Bowl Halftime Shows that I have seen in my life.

Some of the worst Super Bowl Halftime Shows I can vaguely remember (thankfully) are New Kids on the Block (1991), The Blues Brothers (1997), and Janet Jackson (2004), just to name a few.

But legend rapper Snoop Dogg has a proposal for the NFL that would pretty much guarantee what would be one of the top Super Bowl Halftime Shows in history.

During a recent interview with Yahoo!, the rap icon revealed that one of his dreams is to play the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, and 50 Cent.

From Rap Up:

“Hopefully the NFL will be smart and make the right decision. It’s in Inglewood, Calif., and it will make the most sense in the world,” said Snoop, who released his album From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites last month.

Tha Doggfather has already volunteered his services. “I’m available, Dre’s available, Eminem’s available, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent — whoever Dr. Dre wants to pull out of his hat to make this thing a professional event and make it big and the biggest effort they can have. It’s just a matter of the NFL pulling the trigger.”

Snoop, who headlined Coachella with Dre in 2012, promises that he would deliver a show to remember. “I wouldn’t just walk out. I would definitely do something that would be mind-blowing, you know what I’m saying?” he said. “People will be talking about it for the next 30 years. I’m open to anything that’s dope, unique, edgy, and cunning. This will be cutting-edge, just for my people.”

This would be epic but I cannot imagine the No Fun League trusting Snoop and his pals on the biggest stage in the world.

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