Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz Light Up the Inaugural Hip-Hop All-Star Game

Snoop Dogg and 2Chainz

The Spark Notes

We’ve got a legendary tale to share that takes us back to the heart of hip-hop, where icons Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz faced off as team captains in the inaugural 2018 Hip-Hop All-Star Game in Los Angeles.

December 11, 2023

We’ve got a legendary tale to share that takes us back to the heart of hip-hop, where icons Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz faced off as team captains in the inaugural 2018 Hip-Hop All-Star Game in Los Angeles. The PUSH28 team was on the scene, capturing every moment of Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz celebrating their day with a blunt match. As the stars lit up, our cameras rolled, capturing the essence of a moment that would go down in hip-hop history.

The NBA Sanctioned Hip-Hop All-Star Game

In the city of angels, Snoop Dogg assembled a dream team featuring Chris Brown, Snap Dogg, K Camp, The Game, Daylyt, Hitman Holla, Dave Banner, Joe Moses, and TDot IllDude. On the opposing side, 2 Chainz’s lineup included Quavo, Wale, Lil Bibby, Jadakiss, Short Dawg, Key Glock, Young Dolph, YFN Lucci, Mozzy, Machine Gun Kelly, Skooly, Young M.A, Trinidad James, and Lil Dicky.

The stakes were high as Snoop and 2 Chainz faced off in this adidas-sponsored event, with comedian Michael Rapaport providing live commentary on the court. Wale, Lil Dicky, and Chris Brown showcased their skills, but it was Snoop who emerged as the MVP, leading his team to victory.

The court also saw the likes of Nick Cannon, Common, and a double-dip appearance by Quavo, who also took home the MVP award.

Blunt Match Sponsored by RAW

you won’t believe what went down before the game! Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz casually rolled the fattest joints we’ve ever seen. The air was thick with that top-tier rapper-grade weed, and it was like a smoke show before tip-off. This wasn’t just a pre-game thing; it was like watching two masters turn rolling into an art form. Shoutout to RAW for sponsoring the whole vibe. It added that extra touch to the whole experience. I mean, witnessing them doing their thing with hip-hop beats in the background – that’s the kind of stuff you talk about for ages.