Snoop Dogg Takes Credit for Creating Kylie Lip Kits
-So, Snoop, your newest album
is called “I Wanna Thank Me.” -Right.
-And in honor of that, I thought what could be fun
is if I give you a few things that have nothing
to really do with you but if you could just
take credit for them. -Oh, well, a lot of people have
been doing that for many years, so I’d love to do it.
-Okay. Amazing. So, the first thing I would
love for you to take credit for is dinosaur extinction. -Oh, yes,
I did that many years ago. Uh, 1800 BC, I decided
to make dinosaurs extinct ’cause I was like, “I’m tired
of y’all flying around and messing up stuff,
so be gone.” -All right. What about — What about taking credit
for Kylie Lip Kits? -Oh, man, the Kylie Lip Kits.
Let me tell you, man. One night, I got into a fight,
and I slapped somebody in the mouth,
and their lip swole up. And I said, “Man, you know what?
That’s gonna be a great thing. You know,
we’re gonna sell this, man.” [ Cheers and applause ] -Okay. What about something
millennials love? What about avocado toast? -Avocado toast. Look. Let me tell you
how I created this. One night,
I was sitting back right, and everything
just went all green. So I grabbed some avocados
and I grabbed some bread. I put them together.
Put the toast in the toaster. Pulled it out,
slapped the avocado on top. And I said, “Voilà.” [ Cheers and applause ] -Okay. A few more. A few more. Tell me how you created AirPods. -Well, I created AirPods
just being in the air one day. I was flying,
and I had my iPod on. And I said, “You know what
would be a great invention? AirPods.” -Two more. Two more. Tell me how you created
“Frozen 2.” -Now, see, this is
the difficult part. [ Laughter ] After I did “Frozen 1″… I was telling myself… “Let it go.” But I couldn’t, so I had to come
back and create “Frozen 2.” -Last one. Last one. Tell me how you created — You know, I’m from Toronto.
Six Side. Tell me how you created Drake. -Well, Drake was one of my early
experiments that I created. I was experimenting
with trying to make a musician that could sing, that could rap, that was different,
that was fly, that was from
a different country. So I took a lot of DNA from
here, and I put it all together, and I said, “One, two, three,
four, five, six. Bang. There’s Drake.” -Oh. I love it.
Thank you. Thank you. Now, you’re about to
take your album on tour. Is that correct?
-Yes. -What can we expect? And also
how do you remember all — You have so many songs. -Well, actually, I really don’t
remember a lot of my songs, so maybe about three years ago,
I invested in a teleprompter. On some real [bleep],
because I had to, because I didn’t wanna be on
stage where I forget my lines. [Bleep] like that
wouldn’t be cool. So certain words
and certain things about the song get me back on.
It’s like riding a bicycle. So I have to have a teleprompter
positioned on stage for certain songs. Like, some songs,
I just know them front to back. But then there’s some songs
that’s like 22 years old. Like, come on, man.
22 years ago? And then I made a song,
like, last week. And I’m like, “Well, how
the [bleep] am I supposed to remember 22 years
plus last week? Hey, man, hey.
Get me a teleprompter. Now put them words up there
for me. You know what
I’m talking about?” -So, can we expect you to be
handing out joints, as well, on that tour?
Should we all be there or what? [ Cheers and applause ]
What do you think? -Well, you know, when I tour, I like to be up-close
and personal. I like the experience
to be one-of-a-kind. I like for people to leave there
feeling like they’re even more personal with me
and more closer to me. So we definitely
have parting gifts, and we have things
to get you right. -I love it so much.