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Snoop Dogg just took YouTube by storm, dropping a new kids channel, Doggyland. It comes complete with songs and nursery rhymes written by our favorite Long Beach, California rapper.
Doggyland showcases animated dogs who sing, dance, and rap to hip hop beats. All this while teaching social skills, emotional skills, cognitive skills, inclusion, acceptance, and diversity.
Snoop recreates some favorite kids songs, like “Wheels on the Bus,” but he also sprinkles in original tunes like “Everyone Is Different.”
One thing ALL the kids songs on Doggyland have in common, the tunes are set to hip-hop beats and colorful animation.
Each Doggyland episode is about 2 minutes long, and are geared towards toddler age kids through kids who are age 8 year olds.
Although — how do I say this delicately — I can see where, if you were to partake in one of Snoop Dogg’s favorite activities, you might really dig this channel as an adult. LOL!
As a father, grandfather and longtime youth football coach, it’s always been important to me to build positive and educational environments for all children. We wanted to bring our show to YouTube and YouTube Kids which provides free access to everyone, so all the kids can enjoy itSnoop Dogg
You can expect these Doggyland short episodes to touch on a wide range of topics. From letters, to numbers, to colors, to good habits, all the episodes are geared at teaching kids “good habits, with a core message of acceptance, diversity and inclusion.”
There are currently 5 episodes on the Doggyland YouTube channel, and, according to the press release, they have plans to drop a new episode every Tuesday.
You can see a sneak peak of Doggyland below, and you can access the Doggyland videos HERE.