Chances are that even if you're not a fan of rap music, you've heard of Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., AKA Snoop Dogg (AKA Snoop Doggy Dogg, AKA Snoop Lion) at some point in your life.
The Doggfather is one of the most prolific rap artists of all time, with 17 Grammy nominations, several Platinum albums and millions of dollars in album sales. His body of work speaks for itself, but lately he's probably best known for his hilarious (and decidedly un-gangsta) antics on the internet.
Snoop's been spending his later years as basically everyone's cool hip-hop uncle, and it's probably what more people know him for than ever. He's appeared on songs for decidedly less-threatening acts like Katy Perry and Jason Derulo, coaches a youth football league in his hometown, and has developed something of a business and personal relationship with freaking Martha Stewart!
I mean, who doesn't love that clip where he narrates over a nature video?
Suffice to say, he's quite the character. However, for those who were aware of Snoop in the 90s, we remember a distinctly different character; one who legitimately terrified parents and law enforcement alike.