What’s your pick: Snoop Lion or Snoop Dogg?

A day after Snoop Lion performed at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban alongside a line-up that included the likes of 2Face, D’Banj, Flavour and Zahara, the Mail & Guardian asked concert goers at Ellis Park on Sunday evening what they think of the artist's name change.

Do you prefer Snoop Dogg or Snoop Lion and what is your favourite song?

Anathi Fatyela?

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I'm a Snoop Dogg fan and I love Drop It Like It's Hot.

David McCreadie, Dylan Emmett and Ricardo Spinola

They were all there to listen to the rapper Snoop Dogg; especially his 2004 hit Drop It Like It's Hot. 

Mzwandile Mtshali?

Mzwandile came out to watch Snoop Dogg, hoping he would perform his collaboration with producer-rapper Dr Dre Still Dre.

Unfortunately for Mzwandile that did not happen on Sunday night, but he did perform a selection of songs from albums such as Doggystyle, The Doggfather and many of his collabrative works.

Drew Damant, Mervin Ntsane and Nduduzi Ncala

These were the only Snoop Lion supporters the M&G met on Sunday. Despite not having performed the first single from his recently released album Reincarnated titled Lighters Up – which the three wanted to hear – Snoop did manage to light up a couple of things on stage.

Muneer Moola and Lauren de Kock

All pics by Delwyn Verasamy

Moola and De Kock said they prefer Snoop's earlier work. Lauren loves Lodi Dodi, which is on the rapper's debut album Doggystyle, while Muneer is a fan of Snoop and late rapper 2Pac's hit 2 of Amerikas Most Wanted (Gangsta Party?.

 

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stefanie jason
Following studying towards her Film & Media degree at the University of Cape Town and North Carolina State University, Stefanie Jason began work as a copy editor and writer for various South African publications, including Bona, True Love and Sowetan, as well as the Mail & Guardian. For the M&Gs arts & culture supplement Friday, she writes about art, music & lifestyle when she isnt relaxing, traveling or checking out Joburgs many art galleries.
Rhode Marshall
Rhodé Marshall is the Mail & Guardians arts, culture and entertainment content producer. She started as a radio reporter and producer in Cape Town, before jumping into online news. When there is chaos, she is the responsible, cool and calm one. With one hand glued to her phone and the other to a can of Coca-Cola, she is a pop culture junkie. And dont you dare write her name without the accent on the e, she will make sure that you know how to do it on every device. Visit her blog: rhodemarshall.co.za

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