Snoop Dogg made a song for his son's high school football team

Thursday October 2nd, 2014

Snoop Dogg has made a new song with Flava Flav for his son's high school football team, the Bishop Gorman Gaels of Las Vegas, and while it is pretty awesome for a high school to have its own Snoop Dogg song, it does not rank among the rapper's finest work.

The track is less a song, than a series of chants from Flav and Snoop, exhorting the team to "Move Them Chains," with plenty of Flavor Flav's beloved "yeeeaaaaahhh boyyyyyyyyz" thrown in for good measure.

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Bishop Gorman is on a roll this season, having just moved to the top of USA Today's national high school rankings with a 34-31 victory over previous No. 1 St. John Bosco of Bellflower, Calif.

Snoop's son, Cordell Broadus, is a four-star senior with offers from Florida State, USC, Notre Dame and UCLA.

Brendan Maloy


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