A'ight, here's the dizzle: The d-o-double gizzle, Snoop Dogg, is in Dallas this Thursdizzle. Snoopizzle is guarantizzled to pull out sweet summer jams such as "Drop It Like It's Hot" and "Who Am I (What's My Name?)" at this show, fo' shizzle.
Though he's known for smoking lots of marijuizzle, Snoop Dizzle is far from a stoned slackizzle. He's even improved his shizzle from the early days of Cali-collaborating with Dr. Drizzle. Quite the entreprenizzle, tha Doggfather also knows how to get paid lots of bizzles. From directing pornizzles to pimping out poonizzles, he's got all kinds of businizzles.
C'mon, maybe it's about tizzle to take a break from grilling outside your red-brick hizzle. Don't stay home and watch more televizzle—roll out to Fair Pizzle, 'cause this show is sure to be off the hizzle. 311 will plizzle too. And Fiction Place opens the shizzle.
Snoop Dogg, 311, Fiction Plane
Thursday, July 31, Superpages.com Center
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