Snoop Dogg‘s decades-long career journey will be on full display when the Hip Hop Til Infinity exhibit makes its way to Los Angeles this month.
As part of Mass Appeal’s Hip Hop 50 celebrations, the entertainment company’s Hip Hop Til Infinity installation kicked off in New York City in 2023, and will now debut at the old Amoeba Store on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles on Friday (January 12). Running through mid-March, the exhibit takes fans through Hip Hop’s last 50 years with all types of artifacts and will also include interactive programming, including workshops, live panel discussions, listening parties and more.
As part of its West Coast leg, the museum will display special artifacts from Snoop, highlighting the 30th anniversary of Doggystyle. There will also be exclusive Doggystyle and Death Row merchandise for purchase in the gift shop.
“West Coast rap is integral to the story of Hip Hop,” Snoop said in a statement. “The genre started on the East Coast and made its way to California where we put our own swag on it. It’s dope to see the Hip Hop Til Infinity exhibit acknowledging the 50 years of Hip Hop and to have the spotlight on the 30 years of Doggystyle within the exhibit is something special.”
Along with Snoop Dogg, the exhibition will feature rare and collectible items from some of best of the West including the late Nipsey Hussle, Delicious Vinyl, radio station KDAY and more. Attendees will also be able to browse the Hip Hop Til Infinity shop, which will include a huge selection of curated records from Snoop Dogg, E-40, DJ Shadow, Nas, Wu-Tang Clanm and De La Soul, sculptures by Concrete Jungle, collections from The Marathon Clothing, Wu-Wear Clothing and more.
Tickets are available now on their website.
Snoop Dogg’s career has taken him to extraordinary heights since his start in Long Beach many years ago – and soon he will be joining NBCUniversal’s coverage of the 2024 Olympic Summer Games in Paris.
The announcement was made on New Year’s Eve as the legendary rapper appeared in a promo video with various Olympians during Sunday Night Football’s coverage of the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Snoop will speak with NBC Olympics host Mike Tirico and provide his “unique take” on what’s happening in Paris.
He will also “explore the city’s iconic landmarks, attend Olympic competitions and events and make visits to the athletes, their friends and families.”
The 2024 Summer Olympics will air live on NBC and Peacock from July 26 through August 11.