Snoop Dog Launches New Kids Show

Snoop Dog, the former gangsta rapper turned puppy bowl commentator and BFF to Martha Stewart has a new project as the co-creator of a new kids show that will be streaming on

Kidoodle.TV, announced today the recent launch of the animated series Doggyland – Kids Songs & Nursery Rhymes, co-created by rapper/entrepreneur Snoop Dogg with Claude Brooks, the Emmy-nominated producer and creator of the children’s franchise Hip Hop Harry, and singer/songwriter October London.

Doggyland is one of the most recent series to join Kidoodle.TV’s stable of over 40,000 episodes. The series brings together award-winning singers, rappers and producers to create original songs and lyrics that focus on positive social and emotional development in a show designed for children from preschool to age eight. Covering a wide range of topics, including letters, numbers, colors, animals, and good habits, Doggyland has a core message of acceptance, diversity and inclusion.

Snoop Dogg voices the character of Bow Wizzle, a canine character he describes as the big brother and mentor to a group of young pups.

“When Bow Wizzle takes the lead and starts it off, the pups love to follow his lead. With his rapping, he makes learning fun, he makes it cool, and he makes it easy to learn,” Snoop said.

Co-creator Claude Brooks praised the creative team for its understanding of what kids want and need in their entertainment.

“I am proud to say that Snoop and I have put together an amazing team to make videos that empower and encourage children,” Brooks said.

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