Snoop Dogg Rides Hip-Hop Advertising Wave in Style

October 2005
Brandweek;10/24/2005, Vol. 46 Issue 38, p9
Trade Publication
Interviews rap musician Snoop Dogg about hip-hop advertising in the U.S. Involvement of Dogg with automobile manufacturer DaimlerChrysler; Qualities needed in dealing with marketers; Views on the contribution of hip-hop to advertising.


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