Since the loss of Prince, celebrities and fans alike have been remembering the late multi-instrumentalist who changed the face of music for generations.
Prince was a guru of a multitude of artistic outlets and stayed true to himself until his last day.
To Snoop Dogg, Prince was a teacher and guru in the art of lovemaking.
In a recent interview with People, Snoop revered the late artist as a master “musically, visually, sexually – Prince was the greatest to ever do it.”
"He's the first one who told us and showed us what a ménage-à-trois was. We didn't know! We would see him with two women and, man, the things he did," he continued.
"Sometimes he wouldn't even make love to a woman. He would make love to their mind, without even touching their body. I take a little bit of him wherever I go."
The artist formerly known as Snoop Lion reminisced about Prince’s ability to get his masculinity across without sacrificing femininity. He recalls Prince always having “one or two of the baddest chicks on his arm” and admits his 2007 hit music video “Sexual Eruption” makes reference to the late artist.
“I was motherfucking Prince in that video. His music will continue to go on and on.”
When asked about his own mortality, Snoop told People, “I don’t give a fuck when I’m dead. What am I gonna give a fuck about?” The ganja gansta wishes to reincarnate as a butterfly in order to observe “all these dumb motherfuckers” fighting over his fortune.
Snoop’s reality series following his youth football league premiers on AOL May 19 and his new album will be released in July prior to going on MERRY JANE's High Road Tour with Wiz Khalifa.
“It’s gonna be straight up gangta s---,” Snoop says of his new untitled record, "It takes me back to my origins and it's what I'm most comfortable with."