Snoop Dogg is adding an impressive accolade to his ever-growing resume.
City of Hope, an independent research and treatment center for life-threatening diseases, has announced that the rap veteran will be honored during its annual Songs of Hope charity event. Snoop is set to receive the Sony ATV Music Publishing Social Leadership Award on September 19 in Sherman Oaks, California.
The I Wanna Thank Me lyricist will join a star-studded roster of previously announced honorees, including producer Boi-1da, songwriter Diane Warren, Tierra Whack, Hayley Kiyoko and The Dream.
An “uncle” to many, Snoop’s commitment and passion for community service is commendable. In 2005, he established the Snoop Youth Football League to provide children between the ages of five and 13 the opportunity to participate in youth football and cheer.
Throughout the years, the SYFL program has coached thousands of kids, and many of the SYFL players have gone on to play football in college and in the NFL.
Since its inception, Snoop has personally coached a team of players during each SYFL football season. The league also became the subject of the critically-acclaimed Netflix series Coach Snoop.
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