Snoop Dogg is in awe of Drake's overall game plan.
He made that abundantly clear during a GGN TV episode with Michael Rapoport. [Jump to 14 minutes.]
"In the beginning, when Drake first come out, I was like 'he gonna be here and gone tomorrow," Snoop remembered. "But I'm like 'this motherf*cker don't miss'. In the heat of the battle, he don't miss. In the heat of controversy, he don't miss. Then he just no knows how to be a public relations type of motherf*cker, shooting a video when he passing out money.
Then Snoop applied Drake's acumen to his Pusha T beef.
"The n*gga made ‘Kiki do you love me’ when Pusha-T took off on him," Snoop said, with Rapaport suggesting Push took Drake's head. "Like you can have my head, but I’m gonna have everybody in your family and everybody in the world singing this f*cking ‘Kiki do you love me.’ That’s the answer. The answer is not, 'I can’t match you lyrical wop-di-wop-boop,' but 'You can’t match me with this song that’s gonna play forever when they forget about that diss and then at your birthday party for your daughter in four years, guess what they’re gonna be playing? ‘Kiki do you love me?' We gotta give him his, Drake you the sh*t. And he's a great songwriter. The m*therfucker wrote songs for Alicia Keys. Like ghost joints, like hits."
"Pusha-T, you did that, you scored a 10. But at the same time, [Drake's] answer was a 10. So it was like a draw to me," Snoop said, clarifying that Drake's answer was writing huge pop hits like "In My Feelings". "When you do that kind of sh*t that trumps everything."
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