It’s very hard to dislike Snoop Dogg. He raps in a laid-back, floaty demeanor that’s hard to cause any sort of scowl. Then there are his contributions to the genre, which have been given a new spotlight thanks to Doggystyle recently celebrating its 20th anniversary recently. The perceived nonchalance of his presence injected a new sense of nihilism to that LP, as well as the canonical The Chronic. But, recently, that same flow has been rededicated to positivity and his trademark love of cannabis — especially in his reincarnation as Snoop Lion, and now, funk-riding Snoopzilla.