Snoop Dogg was at the White House for the 36th annual Kennedy Center Honors celebration. Just that sentence alone is incredible when revisiting his debut album, Doggystyle, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. While at the White House, Snoop bumped into Secretary of State John Kerry. And the exchange between the two is simply awesome. The two talk about the importance of Herbie Hancock, who was being honored. As they both point out, Hancock's music was instrumental in the creation of hip-hop. After some time, the two exchanged a pound. From "Murder Was The Case" to small-talking with the nation's most important politicians; what an incredible journey.
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