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Snoop Dogg has fond memories of Glastonbury

Snoop Dogg has fond memories of Glastonbury

Snoop Dogg has fond memories of Glastonbury

Snoop Dogg has said he loves playing in the UK as it is his 'home from home', and has revealed how he would love to collaborate with the Rolling Stones.

The Drop It Like It's Hot star is back in the UK for some live shows next month.

Speaking about his last trip earlier this year, the 39-year-old US rapper said: "I had an amazing time. The UK is like my home away from home. I've been here about three or four times this year and every time I come here it's off the chain!"

One of Snoop's most memorable British gigs was when he played Glastonbury in 2010.

He said of the experience: "To be real with you, Glastonbury was probably one of the dopest shows that I have ever been a part of.

To have the whole crowd rock like that and then when I came out with the Gorillaz - it was such an experience all around. Shout out to Tinie Tempah for coming out and rocking with me, you hear me?!"

While Snoop may have worked with everyone from Willie Nelson to David Guetta, there is one group of legendary rockers he still has his eye on.

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Talking about his dream collaboration, he said: "The Rolling Stones. Make it happen for me UK..."

:: Snoop Dogg begins a UK tour in Liverpool on October 6. For more information, visit www.snoopdogg.com.

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