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Bow Wow explains how he ended up on Snoop Dogg’s “Gin & Juice” music video

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Bow Wow recalls appearing on Snoop Dogg’s early works

Rapper entered the entertainment industry at an early age, but he has to thank for giving him his earliest exposure. During a recent conversation with HipHopDx, Wow discussed how at only six, he ended up opening Snoop’s “Gin & Juice” video. The rapper is one of the two kids playing on the couch of Snoop’s dad at the beginning of the clip.

“We moved to LA right after,” he recalled. “And it was really them starting to implement me around Snoop and the family. And I guess once they drew up the write-up for the ‘Gin & Juice’ video, they was like, ‘Yo, we need some bad kids. Jumping on the couch.’ And they was like, ‘Well, we just found this little kid in Ohio we’re about to sign: throw him in there.’ Which was smart.”

Bow Wow went on to reveal that he also contributed to Snoop Dogg’s , Doggstyle, which housed “Gin & Juice.”

“That’s me doing all the voices on Doggystyle, Snoop’s first album,” he continued. “All the kid voices. It’s like I was born to act, born to entertain. I was born to do what I do.”


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