Snoop Dogg is back at it again! The rap star and business mogul is joining a billion-dollar game franchise.
Over the weekend, Call of Duty teased new content to its loyal fanbase and Snoop Dogg was clearly in the mix. The post included two dog tags, which revealed fans should be on the lookout for the collaborative project on Call of Duty: Vanguard and free-to-play battle royale Call Of Duty: Warzone. This also would not mark Snoop Dogg’s first time working with the gaming franchise as he reportedly previously narrated for the Call of Duty: Ghosts add-on content back in 2014.
“Recovered these Dogg Tags in battle. Anyone know whose they are?” Call of Duty wrote on Twitter.
Recovered these Dogg Tags in battle. Anyone know whose they are? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/FWFib4MlAL
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) March 18, 2022
If the spelling of “dogg” was not an obvious clue, seconds into the teaser, users could hear Snoop Dogg’s voice confirming the new venture. The teaser still left room for imagination so fans are not sure of what exactly to expect. Luckily, users will not have to wait long as the content is set to drop on both games by April 19, according to GameRant.
Snoop Dogg's Ventures Keep Growing
After conquering the world of Hip-Hop, Snoop Dogg continues to shine in new arenas, expanding his fan base in the process. It should be no surprise Snoop Dogg continues to sit comfortably in the headlines.
As AfroTech just told you, Snoop Dogg took on the name FaZe Snoop after becoming a member of esports and entertainment company FaZe Clan’s talent network and board of directors. In addition, the rap mogul also dropped a comic book-like non-fungible token collection titled SUPERCUZZ creative directed by Kai Henry and his son Cordell Broadus on MakersPlace.
Each new move marks another opportunity for Snoop Dogg to reach new fans. At this point, what can’t the rap legend do?